After his death, authorities in D.N.C., Maryland and elsewhere said they were investigating the circumstances of the shooting and the circumstances surrounding the death.
But they did not release any details or provide a timeline.
Dzhovak Tsarnaev was shot and killed by a police officer in Dylann Roof’s apartment on Tuesday, a day after he was shot dead by police outside the Dylans home in Lexington, Virginia.
The suspect, who was a convicted felon, was later killed in a shootout with police.
Dylons death was the third in the D-Day-inspired assault that killed four soldiers and wounded 19 others.
The victims included Staff Sgt. Jeremiah W. Wright, a Marine who was killed in the attack, and Staff Sgt.
“Andrew S. Talley, an Army sergeant who died in the assault.
On Monday, Dylens family members were scheduled to hold a press conference at the Virginia Statehouse in support of the slain officer.
In the video posted online on Monday, the boy’s father, Robert Talley Jr., asks the officer if he is going to shoot the boy.
The officer responds: No, sir, you don’t know what’s going on.
The video was posted by a woman who called herself Dyla. “
You were not in the right place at the wrong time, sir,” the boy replies.
The video was posted by a woman who called herself Dyla.
She said she was in a hotel room with her daughter, who is also a student at Drexel University in Philadelphia, at the time of the incident.
She later posted a second video, showing the boy and his mother, the video shows.
“It’s been an absolute nightmare,” she said in the video.
“The officer didn’t do anything wrong.
I’m just so sick of the cops shooting kids.
They are the ones that are killing us.”
A police spokeswoman said investigators were reviewing the video but were not releasing it to the public because it was still under investigation.
Police in Baltimore said Monday that the officer who shot Dzhakis Tsarnaev in the head has been placed on administrative leave.
Police said they are still investigating the incident, and they are asking the public for any information that might lead them to the shooter.
On Tuesday, authorities said they have taken a lead in the investigation and were working to determine the circumstances.
In an interview with CNN, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said the shooting was not an act of terrorism, and she said the city is still trying to piece together the events leading up to it.
She added that the police department has a long history of investigating violent crimes and that the department has taken steps to make sure there is no repeat of what happened.
“We’ve had a long-standing policy against police brutality and the use of excessive force,” she told CNN.
“I don’t think anyone should be afraid of anything, but we can’t take that away from the police.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.