MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The second of three young children shot during recent gun violence in Minneapolis has died, according to her family.

Nine-year-old Trinity Ottoson-Smith was shot in the head May 15 while jumping on a trampoline and died Thursday at North Memorial Health Hospital in Robbinsdale, her father Raishawn Smith said in a social media post.

Minneapolis police said they were informed of the girl's death late Thursday.

Several vigils have been held outside North Memorial for her and the other two children who were shot.

Ten-year-old Ladavionne Garrett Jr. was shot April 30 while riding in a vehicle in Minneapolis. He remains hospitalized.

Six-year-old Aniya Allen died May 19, two days after she was shot while riding in her mother's car.

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