CHICAGO (CBS) — Saturday marks the two-year anniversary of the death of 17-month-old Semaj Crosby.

Her death was ruled a homicide, but there are still no charges.

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A group of friends, family and officials braved the weather to remember Semaj. They planted a tree to live and grow not far from the Joliet home where the girl’s body was found.

Her death led to a lawsuit and a shakeup at DCFS.

Those at Saturday’s “Justice for Semaj” event vow to continue to fight for answers for the toddler.