36-year-old Latasha Shaw was beaten and stabbed to death at the corner of Dewey and Driving Park Avenues around 7:30 p.m. Saturday night. About 40 people witnessed the crime, but no one came forward with information that would lead police to the killers.
The number of people who showed up Tuesday night may have been different, but the message stayed the same.
"We care about our community, we care about our people and we want the violence to stop," said Ethel Dix, a Rochester resident.
About two hundred people gathered at the old Wegmans parking lot, this time armed with candles saying a prayer for Latasha Shaw.
"People don't understand until it hits home," said Leslie Gordon, a Rochester resident.
Like it did for her. Leslie Gordon's friend was killed outside a nightclub. Gordon also knew Shaw.
"The people don't have the trust in the police department as they use to back in the you know when I was growing up as a teenager. It's a no-snitching policy on the street that's what it is and these kids are sticking to this code," said Gordon.
And that's what Rochester City Councilman Adam McFadden is trying to change.
"We're fed up, we can't take it anymore and we're taking back our neighborhood," said McFadden.
For the next six weeks, McFadden promises to be out here rallying, marching and knocking on doors demanding answers.
"We're going to stay the course whether it's two people out here or two hundred out here with me we're going to stay the course," said McFadden.
McFadden says he wants people to start policing each other by watching out for their neighbors. He also plans to start marches similar to this one in other parts of the city with unsolved murders.
"People have said enough is enough and it's a shame that it took our community members to pass away to galvanize us, but you know what her life will always be remembered because she got this community to stand together," said McFadden.
Police Chief David Moore says he's received a number of tips after Monday night's march. The four people picked up for questioning were released, but he says they may be interviewed again. As it stands now, no arrests have been made.