Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - The death of a Central New York woman in a Florida resort town three years ago is getting new attention.
The woman's parents say evidence is growing to show the death of Sheena Morris was murder, not a suicide.
They say the death of their daughter in Anna Maria Island, Florida was not investigated properly.
They plan to hold a petition drive and memory walk in her honor later this month and hope it will force the state of Florida to reopen the case.
Sheena Morris grew up in Central New York and traveled to Anna Maria Island with her boyfriend.
Morris turned up dead and police ruled her death a suicide, even though her parents say none of the evidence pointed to this.
They say police refused to investigate, even though the night before they responded to a domestic violence call in Morris' room. Her friends and family say they simply want justice.
Forensics experts hired by the family say the cause of death does not appear consistent with suicide.
They hope by getting 10,000 signatures on a petition that it will force officials in Bradenton Beach to reopen the investigation.
The March for Justice will take place at the Onondaga Lake Parkway in Liverpool on Sunday, July 29, starting at 9 a.m.