Thursday night family and friends came together to celebrate Julian Jones, a 26-year-old Glen Burnie man who died after being beaten outside a Toronto nightclub.
"It's a horrible time for us in the loss of my son," said Tobias Jones, Julian's dad. "But when people reach out to us because of how he touched them in his life, it gives me more strength to go on and help all the other young folks and family members who are going through this tragic thing with me."
Police arrested and charged Kenneth Omarogbe and Kamari Folks in connection to Julian's murder. Now police are looking for third suspect.
Jones says he talks with the police so much about their investigation that he considers them a second family.
"It's a really incredible feeling for people to reach out and to show love," Jones said. "Julian would be really excited about this because he was a loving guy."