DeKalb County police identified one of 2 people shot outside a DeKalb County Kroger on Sunday as 16-year-old Dy'Shea Hall, star of Ms. D's Dancing Dolls 4 Life (DD4L) dance team.
The DD4L team was featured on the Lifetime reality series "Bring It!" which premiered in 2014.
There is some confusion about Dy'Shea's name and cause of death.
Some reports state that Dy'Shea Upshaw died in a tragic car accident on June 13.
Police say shots rang out during a "disagreement" between two groups of teens outside a Kroger supermarket at 4919 Flat Shoals Parkway on Sunday night.
2 teenagers were shot when the group in one car fired at a group in another car.
Fox 5 reports that Dy'Shea Hall died and 17-year-old Javonte Wood was in critical condition after the shooting at around 7:35 p.m. on Sunday.
Atlanta police released surveillance images of the 2 suspects on Monday.
DeKalb County investigators confirmed one of the victims in the shooting outside Kroger is related to family members involved in a shooting outside Grady Memorial Hospital that same night. But DeKalb County Police say the two cases are not connected.
Dancing Dolls 4 Life coach Dianna "D" Williams confirmed Dy'Shea Upshaw's death in a Facebook post on Tuesday, according to WSB-TV.
"This child had an affect on all of us and left something with us all that we will never forget," Williams wrote of Upshaw. "These girls are not just our dancers, they are family, they are our kids, they are our students, they are apart of us forever."
Williams confirmed Upshaw died months after dance troupe member Shakira Gatlin, 19, was shot dead in Jackson, Mississippi in February.
Anyone with information on the shooting in DeKalb County is asked to contact CrimeStoppers at 404-577-8477 or DeKalb Homicide Assault Unit at 770-724-7850.