Nathan Trapuzzano, was identified as the Indianapolis man gunned down on the city’s west side on Tuesday morning.
He had no criminal history and was beloved in the neighborhood, police said.
He was found shot in the abdomen outside the Tron Tire Shop, reported ABC6.
Trapuzzano, 24, was going to be a father, his family said in a statement.
Trappuzano was a 2007 graduate of North Allegheny High School, reported WPXI. He also graduated from Ball State University in 2011 and worked as a computer programmer at Ivy Tech Community College.
Police are searching for two suspects. Surveillance video shows one of them pulling out a handgun.
Friends of Trapuzzano said the visitation and funeral will be Friday and Saturday in Indianapolis.
His family set up a crowdfunding account for funeral and other expenses which has received over $100,000 so far.
Ivy Tech also said that it would grant a full two-year scholarship to his unborn daughter.