"We're not rushing to judgment, we're not finger-pointing, we're not blaming, but we do want some answers from the police department, the city of Inglewood. We think we deserve it, and we need it because there's such great concern in the community about the level of violence, the number of shootings and coming so close," said Earl Ofari Hutchinson from the L.A. Urban Policy Roundtable.
The Inglewood Police Department released a statement that says it's conducting its own criminal and administrative investigation.
The L.A. County District Attorney's Office is also looking into it.
The department is facing a lawsuit from the father of Kevin Wicks, who was shot in the doorway of his apartment on July 21 by officers responding to a domestic dispute report.