There are new details following the death of 2-year-old Ka’mya Robinson, who was shot and killed by a stray bullet last week.
Investigators want a witness by the name of "Raymond" to contact Bakersfield police at 326-3540.
On Wednesday, a funeral was held at Saint John's Missionary Baptist Church in east Bakersfield for the slain toddler.
Ka'mya's loved ones say they just want justice to be served, and they're asking those responsible for her death to come forward.
Her mother says Ka'mya was a joyous, loving little girl who liked to play with her twin sister. She also loved to sing the ABC's and Barney songs.
“I just remember her smile and remember playing with her. It's just a tragic thing that somebody would shoot at a baby," said Stephan Robinson, Ka'mya's father.
The funeral service included a special song and dance. Ka’mya’s twin sister participated, too young to grasp the full severity of the tragedy. For the family, there is still a lot of emotional pain and anger toward the men who haven't been caught. They're also grateful for all of the support they've received.
“I wanted to thank the community, everybody, and that includes Bakersfield police because I think they went pretty far to try and comfort us,” said Frank Allen Bradey, Ka'mya's uncle.
The Secret Witness Program is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and charges filed against those responsible for the shooting. If you have any information call 322-4040.