They have been dealing with a regular police presence since the shooting, and many are having a hard time moving past what happened, said Todd Jensen, president of the Marquette Neighborhood Association.
"There's a certain amount of anger with some people," he said. "Primarily, I would say it's shock and profound sadness."
Neighbors are planning a candlelight vigil for sometime in the near future, while other residents are organizing a "healing circle" for midday Sunday. Specifics aren't final, neighbors said.
Police will also be welcome at the events, said Tammy, a neighbor who asked to only be identified by her first name.
"I can't imagine the police department and members of it aren't hurting over this event as well," she said.