Funeral services will be Saturday for Supreme Harmon, Jr., 21 months, who was struck by a car at a convenience store on Wilcox Boulevard last Monday.
Anwoiane Calloway is facing criminal charges in the case.
The child was following his father into the store and was struck as Calloway drove off from the pumps.
Relatives include his mother, Jamaica Fritz; father, Supreme Harmon, Sr.; sisters, London and Paris Harmon; brother, Teelyn D.
Harmon; grandparents, Comekia Mikes and Johnny Fritz (Kanika), Aisha and Fred Murberry; great-grandparents, Rick and Stephanie Norwood, Glenn Mikes, and Kay Fritz; aunts, Janay Hill, Jewelynn Crafton, Stephanie Hackley, Stephanie Coffey, and Tyeshia Harmon; uncles, Jerome Stoudemire, III, James Crafton, and Teston Herkly, and several great-aunts, great-uncles and cousins.
Visitation at Taylor Funeral Home will be on Saturday after 9:30 a.m. and the service will be at noon with Pastor Daniel Phillips officiating.
Burial will be in Highland Memorial Gardens.