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.