>> The fatal shooting of a 40-year-old yoga instructor in Minneapolis, met so far with outrage from family and neighbors and silence from investigators. Justine Damond and Australian citizen engaged to an American, was killed Saturday night in an alley way by police responding to a 911 call, a call she placed.
Local media reporting Damond was speaking to the office in the driver's side of the patrol car. When the cop in the passenger seat fired his gun through the driver's side door striking her in the abdomen.>> 5-30 shots fired. Can we get EMS code three Washburn and 51st street?
We've got one down.>> The Minneapolis Star Tribute reporting Damond was unarmed and in her pajamas. Minnesota's State Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, which reviews police shootings, is investigating, but so far has said little. The killing reverberating around the globe to Australia, Damond's father in Sydney on Tuesday demanding answers as to why his daughter died.
>> Justine was a beacon to all of us. We only ask that the light of justice shine down on the circumstances of her death.>> The father echoing her fiance's words a day before.>> Piecing together Justine's last moments before the homicide, would be a small comfort, as we grieve this tragedy.
Both officers present in Damond's case have been placed on administrative leave.>> No justice, no peace.>> Police shootings across the US have sparked a protest movement. While no two killings are identical, Damond's shooting stands out, she's white. The officer who fired his weapon, a Somali immigrant, a member of Minnesota's growing Somali community.
Some worry the shooting could strain relations.>> Was excited when the police officers looked like the people that they serve. It opens a big door of whereby you feel welcome, you can trust, you can build that relationship. But this tragedy that happened, separates that relationship from what the people are expecting.
>> The city introduced police body cameras to all officers, but investigators say they were not recording when Damond was shot. The city's chief of police, calling the shooting a tragedy and asked state authorities for a speedy investigation.