NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Police try to track down the gunmen who opened fire early Sunday morning on Bourbon Street.
Meanwhile, the family of the man killed calls for justice.
Two days after he died mourners remembering Devontris Toliver at the Bourbon House.
A photo and candles with a note that reads "In memoriam of Demontris Toliver and the nine victims of the 11-26 shooting."
Police are continuing their search for the person or people responsible for the shooting that killed Toliver and injured nine others.
Three of the victims remain in the hospital. one was released yesterday.
NOPD Investigators say surveillance footage will be key to finding out who did this.
Ericka Harrison, Toliver's mother, described the moment she learned her son was dead.
"My son calls me back screaming 'mom, my brothers dead! He's gone!' I screamed, I drop the phone," Harrison said.
Toliver was an aspiring tattoo artist from Baton Rouge. He and his fiance were on their way to meet his brother at a club on Bourbon Street when the shooting happened.
Police say none of the people who were shot were intended targets of the shooters.