It was a very emotional scene at the intersection of Broadway and Eastern in Fells Point Wednesday night.
It's the spot where dozens who loved Domonique Dungee met to remember him. It's also not far from where he was shot Saturday after police say he got into an argument and was killed in Fells Point.
Police are interviewing community members and store owners in the area. They're also trying to find any video that could help find Dungee's shooter.
His family and friends want justice for the 26-year-old lost too soon.
"There always foot patrol officers down here on a regular day so my biggest question is where were they?" said Darryl Dungee, Domonique's brother. "They weren't standing down here alone, there were hundreds of people down here at that time so someone saw something it's just who's going to have the heart and the dignity to come forward."
Anyone with information is asked to call Baltimore Police of Metro Crimestoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.