Close to 100 people came out to a NAACP meeting Friday afternoon looking for answers in the shooting death of 19-year-old Michael Moore.
Moore was killed Monday evening by a Mobile Police officer.
Many of the people in attendance say they feel authorities have not been entirely forthcoming about the case.
Leaders of the NAACP say they are running an investigation separate of law enforcement into the case.
“We are actively engaged in our own investigation of everything that has taken place presently,” said Ronald Ali, President of the Mobile Chapter of the NAACP.
There has been some sort of rally, meeting or march every day since the shooting. People say they plan to keep it up.
A vigil is planned Saturday night at the scene of the incident.