JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Just as the sun was starting to set over an Arlington parking lot, candlelight took over.
A couple dozen mourners came out Friday evening for a candlelight vigil in memory of a life taken too soon.
"She was in the wrong place at the wrong time," said Kamisha Stevens, the victim's cousin.
Marvette Littles, 26, a mother of three beautiful girls was killed about a week and a half ago outside the McDonalds on N. University Blvd. in Arlington. Police say an unknown suspect opened fire into her car.
Friday night, clutching Marvette's youngest daughter, 8-month old Auzhan, her sister struggled to find the words to describe what she's feeling.
"She meant everything to me," said LaSonia Randolph, Marvette's older sister.
Randolph was one of the last to see Littles alive that Monday night.
Detectives are trying to identify a woman seen in surveillance photos that night. She's described as a woman who likes to dress like a man. She may also walk with a limp.
So far no arrests have been made.
Randolph just wants justice for her family, a family that's already been through a lot.
"Our mother was the victim of a homicide in 1993. Our mother was killed. My sister, that was like my baby," Randolph said.
Friends describe Littles as a baby sister and a hardworking mom with a smile that lit up the room.
"There will never be another, she really was one in a million," Randolph said.
An account has been set up at CL Page Mortuary for donations to the family.
This case remains under investigation. If you have information about the person of interest, call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS. You may be eligible for a cash reward.