The account's profile also makes mention of the child: "Londyn has my heart, My Lil Princess." There has been no activity on the account since the day after Londyn's death.
In the days following the shooting, online support has swelled for Andrea Samuels and her family. BeyondBabyMamas, a blog focused on single black mothers, started a #LoveForLondyn campaign to send letters of support and encouragement to Samuels in her time of grief.
Local police are encouraging residents to help authorities find the people responsible for Londyn's death. Surveillance camera footage was released of two men, whom police have deemed "persons of interest."
For Londyn's family, the loss is irreplaceable. But Armantrout said they want people to recognize the opportunity in their grief.
"They hope that because of this, people can really start waking up," he said. "The people of a community need to stand up and say, 'No more, enough is enough. We need to start being neighborly and support each other.' "
Three crimes, three slain babies, three families -- and no answers. The affected communities have attempted to find the goodness in their grief, but there are still questions that they will never be able to answer.
"What kind of man would shoot a woman holding a child?" Police Superintendent Ronal Serpas said during a press conference addressing Londyn Samuels' death.
"Senseless," Tony Herbert said, remembering Antiq Hennis. "Why did this child have to die because of this craziness?"