Family and friends of Kayzlyn Thomas held a prayer vigil to remember the three year old who died following a hit -and -run accident.
"She was pretty out going; fun loving," says Kayzlyn's great uncle. It's been a week since Kayzlyn was hit in the parking lot outside the Gamestop in Neshoba County.
One community member says, "This was a tragic loss and everyone can relate to this."
Family members tell us the parents couldn't make it to the vigil because they are still at the hospital finalizing organ donation paperwork.
"They're still in shock. I'm sure they're not really aware of it right now," says the Grandfather of the three year old. And the grandparents say it's been hard to relay the message to Kayzlyn's younger two year old sister, "I don't think she has really understood she's gone yet."
The woman driving the SUV that struck Kayzlyn turned herself into Philadelphia police Wednesday night around 8 p.m., but no arrest has been made. The investigator on the case presented a case file to the district attorney for review. No word yet on if charges will be filed.