The Milwaukee Commission on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault made a public plea to bring Jamie Wilson's killer to justice.
Wilson was stabbed to death Feb. 5. Milwaukee Police identified Ramone Jones, Wilson's boyfriend, as the suspect.
"My daughter was a beautiful girl. She loved fashion. She loved her make up. She loves doing a lot. She loved her children," said James Wilson, Jamie's father.
Jones, a convicted felon, was charged with Wilson's death, beating her, and threatening her with a gun.
The Milwaukee Commission on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault said Jamie did everything right.
"She contacted officials. She removed herself from the home. When she arrived home the person who allegedly killed her was waiting for her," said Annika Leonard, the Chair of the Milwaukee Commission on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Chair.
Others on the commission said this tragedy has sparked conversations about how to better protect survivors.
"I think that there needs to be a lot more conversation and work when it comes to criminal justice reform in terms of what happens when abusers are arrested and then let go. What happens to survivors on the other ends...how are they notified," said member Tammie Xiong.
TODAY'S TMJ4 reached out to the Milwaukee County District Attorney's office to see what the protocol is for domestic violence suspect and if it was followed in Jamie's case. Their office declined to comment citing the ongoing investigation.