Friends and family are remembered him Saturday with prayers and T-shirts. Some cried, others comforted, but everyone was there for the same reason.
Albert's great aunt says the family needs closure. They want the boy's killer to turn himself in.
"He took a child's life away. He could have been a president, a doctor, a teacher. So I'm just here to let you guys know, after one year we haven't forgot the tragedy that happened here," said Jennie Billups.
Police say Albert didn't die in vain. That his death was one event that sparked the 'Don't Shoot' police initiative.