Rochester, NY (WROC)- Throughout the afternoon they came to pay respects.  Grief was visible on the faces of all those who visited the memorial of 20-year-old Kevin Holley, the young man known as “squeaky,” who was murdered on Rochester’s West side.

“He was just always there for any and everybody,” says Nahzaire Murray, the victim’s sister.

Family members say Holley once attended Edison Tech high school and was a former Pop Warner athlete.

“It’s sad because everybody here loved him, everybody,” says cousin, Tafari Holley.  “It’s not one bad thing we can say about him.”

Police say shortly after midnight someone shot Holley and a 22-year-old man on Jefferson Avenue, near this mini-market.

Both were transported to Strong Memorial Hospital.

A source close to the case says the 22-year-old sustained a gunshot to the chest and survived, but Holley was pronounced dead.

There are no suspects in custody at this time.  Holley’s sister says he was not the intended target.

“He played football, he played basketball, he could’ve did anything better than stand out there,” says Murray.

“All of these boys here he loved, each and every last one of them,” his cousin says.  “He only wanted us to keep them boys on the right track.”

Yokita Jones was one of dozens who came to visit Holley’s memorial.  She says she too lost a son to violence and wants this to be a wake up call for the city.

“I just really wish people would stop like all the killing and hurting each other,’ says Jones.  “We all struggling out here, it’s a hard life and nobody deserves to die.”