DETROIT (WJBK) - The Crime Stoppers community response team went out to the same neighborhood Sunday where a 6-month-old baby girl was killed last weekend.
"There is no place in this society, in Detroit, that that's going to continue to happen," said Brenda Hill of the Crime Stoppers response team. "We're going to be out here until that stops -- that will absolutely stop."
Miracle was killed when adults and their children were standing out their home when an unknown gunman standing across the street started firing several shots, according to police.
The team went door-to-door Sunday, passing out fliers in hopes of finding her killer.
Miracle's death was one of three children shot in Detroit in the past month, including a 3-year-old killed on Easter Sunday and a 4-year-old shot while learning to ride his bicycle on Saturday.
"It makes me a little bit scared because I want to go play outside in the summertime but I can't, I have to stay outside," said 11-year-old Taylor Christmas, who helped pass out flyers with her father.