Dozens of people came together Saturday night to remember a 26-year-old Union City man shot and killed by police earlier this month.
Officers said they were defending themselves, but the family of Amos Smith wants to know more.
Police said the incident began as a routine traffic stop, when Smith allegedly pulled a weapon on them.
Smith's gun was found at the scene.
Smith's family said they want closure.
Standing near the corner of Dyer Street and Meteor Drive, Lameshu Augmon held a sign saying, "Shoot to yield, not to kill."
"My cousin was killed out here on March 2," Augmon said.
She says Union City police haven't said why her cousin, Amos Smith, was pulled over for a traffic stop that night.
Amos' mother, Yolanda said Amos was her only son.
"I miss my son very much," Yolanda Smith said. "He was a good young man."
She said she's still struggling with why she found out about her son's death days after the shooting and it was only afterward that officers come to her house, not to talk, but to take her son's vehicle registration.
Before the 26-year old died, he had been working at the Ford plant for a year and half.
The victim's friend Andrew came to Saturday's vigil.
"All the things that have happened and stories I've heard don't make sense to me," Andrew said.
Smith was one of four people fatally shot by police in one weekend, each in a different Bay Area city.
An attorney from John Burris' law office says police point to the pending investigation as to why they're not providing details.
"We'll be pushing forward on behalf of the family as well as the community to get to the bottom of this," said Adante Pointer, an attorney for the family.
"He just got his truck driver's license," Agmon said. "He had a whole life ahead of him. His mother lived in the community 18-plus years. Good taxpaying people. "
KTVU contacted police Saturday and all questions regarding this case were referred to the detectives who weren't available Saturday night.
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