Police are still searching for the suspects who tortured and shot 24-year-old Amani Miller in a Brooklyn housing project on March 15.
Miller was reportedly lured to the Bay View Houses in Carnasie, where he was shot to death in a fifth-floor hallway, according to the NY Daily News.
Police say the victim was stabbed over a dozen times and shot repeatedly. His injuries were calculated to cause him maximum pain over an extended period of time. The fatal wound was a kill shot to the head.
"I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy," Miller's mother, Allison Shinn, told ABC7 News.
Shinn and other family members are searching for answers into Miller's brutal murder.
The grieving family returned to the troubled housing projects with megaphones, pleading for witnesses to come forward with information.
"He was murdered and I want justice. I want somebody to say something. I want somebody to come forward and give me the peace that I need," Shinn said.
Miller, who lived in in Bedford-Stuyvesant, had no contacts in the Carnasie area and no known enemies.
"Everybody says how nice he is and how sweet he is and how humble. He was a good kid. And he did not deserve what happened to him," said Pamela Gray, Miller's grandmother.
Police have no leads and no witnesses. The murder happened in a building with no surveillance cameras inside.
A camera outside the building shows a blurred image of a taxi cab that detectives believe the suspects left the area in. But it rained that day and the license plate isn't clear because the camera lens was obscured by a drop of rain.
A Gofundme page was set up by the family to raise funds in Amani's name.