Shooting victim honored by family after being shot and killed one day before Mother’s Day

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It’s been one day since two people were shot and killed at a gentlemen’s club on the near west side of Indianapolis. Police still haven’t released much information about the shooting.

The victims’ families are still grappling with their deaths as they spend Mother’s Day without their loved ones.

William Walker’s family held a vigil for him on Sunday.

Police say Walker, 23, and Charles Reeves II, 42, were shot and killed at Club Venus Saturday morning.

Police haven’t given any word on potential suspects, released a motive, or told us many details on what led up to shoots being fired.

“I’m not mad at all. I’m hurt,” Walker’s mother Falisha Curlin said.

It’s even more hurtful for her to stand in the same parking lot where Walker was murdered.

Walker’s family is going to hang on tight to each other to help ease the pain.

“I had 23 wonderful years with my baby. I wouldn’t change nothing at all,” Curlin said.

She says thankfully she has the memories she made with him.

“Everybody have flaws, and I’m sure he had flaws. Most of all he was respected, well loved, and well liked from everybody. Nobody out here or anyone will say anything bad about him period,” Curlin said.

If you have any information on the shooting at call Crime Stoppers at 262-TIPS.

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