Friends and family of Molly Conley gathered Monday evening for a march in the teen's memory.
The 15-year-old was walking with friends near Lake Stevens two weeks ago when she was shot and killed.
Police say a gunman drove by - firing randomly. One of the shots killed the Bishop-Blanchett High School student.
The search for her killer continues with few leads.
The two-mile "March for Molly," held on the Centennial Trail, was intended to keep the memory of Molly alive and to get the word out about a couple of funds.
Amber Heikkinen choked back tears, as she walked the trail Monday night.
"I couldn't imagine if I got that phone call that my daughter wasn't coming home," she said. "I hope who every did it is found, and found quickly, and justice can be given to their family"
A reward fund of up to $25,000 has been put together by the owner of a Lake Stevens liquor store. Another fund of $10,000 has been put together by the Lake Stevens American Legion.