For days the family of 37-year-old Tomma Graves have had questions as to who's responsible for her death.
"She was an all-around good kid. She was a college graduate and is gonna be missed by her family and her kids. She has two kids." says Grant Hall, Tomma Graves' uncle.
Tomma Graves, a crime victims' advocate in Frankfort, was found in her truck in this parking lot shot to death, leaving behind her two children.
"Eiveer and Eihlyn and it's a terrible thing that anyone would do something to take a person away from their kids. A young mother, especially a young mother like herself," says Grant Hall.
"It's gonna be hard enough for them. It's gonna be a struggle for them and for someone to reach out, the public to reach out and help these kids so they're able to try to get over this the best they can," says Kim Hall, Tomma Graves' cousin.
They're now hoping during this hard time people will step up.
A fund had been set up by Tomma Graves' co-workers at all Farmers Bank Locations for her children.
"We're trying to get something together for their college because their mother would have wanted that," says Grant Hall.
As police continue to investigate the murder of Tomma Graves her family has a message to whoever is responsible.
"I hope right now they're watching and they see that your life is not gonna be easy until you stand up to what you've done and to take somebody's mother from them, it's just unbelievable. It's devastating. So, I hope they come forward and whatever happened that they deal with whatever they need to deal with because of this. This is unfair," says Kim Hall.
Frankfort Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 cash reward for information leading to an arrest in this case. You can give them a call at 502-875-8648. The call is anonymous
The funeral for Tomma Graves will be held this weekend.