You may recall back in January, the story of two teen victims who were shot and killed in a vehicle on I-680 in Youngstown.
 
It's been nearly 6 months since one of the victims, 19-year-old Kylearia Day, has a scholarship at Youngstown State University in her honor, donated by her colleagues at Southwoods Health.
 
It's $500 that will be awarded to a female minority in the medical field, going down the same path as Day.
 
Reporter Sydney Canty spoke exclusively to Day's family who gathered at Tod Homestead Cemetery Sunday to celebrate what would have been her 20th birthday.
 
"She is twenty in heaven," said Day's Aunt Angela Staples. "There was nothing about her that anyone could say bad, she had dreams. She aimed high, always," she said. 
 
Day's father remembers their annual birthday tradition.
 
"For the past six years we've gone to breakfast," said Leartis Day. "I always told my daughter, I'ma catch you before everybody else catches you because her family loved her," he said.
 
While Day's family celebrates her, they also tell 21 News the road ahead is long and they're still struggling to cope. Day's family just wants justice.
 
"Every Sunday I'm coming up here because I can't stop mourning," said Day.
 
"It's so senseless it's so unfair. things have to change," Staples said. 
 
"I can't even look at it and say this really happened, it's like it couldn't have happened," said Debbie Vasquez, Day's grandmother.
 
Day's mother told 21 News she's angry and just can't talk about it.
 
In the meantime, Youngstown police say they have four suspects in mind and are waiting for forensics to come back so they can file charges.