CHICAGO (WLS) --Two people taken into custody over the fatal stabbing of Dekayla Dansberry, 16, Saturday evening were released without charges, police say.
Dansberry was a freshman track star and cheerleader at Johnson College Prep, her family said.
Police said the girl was stabbed in the chest around 7:30 p.m. at the Parkway Gardens Homes near West 64th and South King Drive in the West Woodlawn neighborhood.
She was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition, where she later died.
Investigators have not released any information about what may have prompted the large fight.
Family and friends held a vigil Sunday for DeKayla. For the last six years, she spent Friday nights at teen worship at New Beginnings Church.
On this Sunday, her family and friends came together in her memory.
"A lot of times what happens when we go through this situation with young people, they need an opportunity to grieve, an opportunity to express themselves, so we want to do that in peaceful type of way," said Pastor Corey Brooks. "You have teenagers who are getting into arguments or disputes for various reasons, and sometimes the arguments and disputes get out of hand."
The Sun-Times Media Wire contributed to this report.