The family says there are too many questions right now about what happened, especially because the three Milwaukee Police officers involved in the incident chose to plead the fifth amendment and did not provide statements to investigators.
The three other officers involved, two from West Allis and one agent with the Drug Enforcement Agency have already been cleared of possible charges by the Milwaukee County District Attorney.
Claybrooks' mother Joan McCants says they've struggled as a family since his death, especially trying to explain what happened to Claybrooks' two young children.
"If they would have pulled him over, he would have surrendered and had his day in court but they didn't give him that chance," said McCants. "They just loaded him with bullets."
The officers involved in the shooting were not wearing body cameras because they were undercover, so there's no video of the actual shooting.
Officers planned to block in Claybrooks' vehicle using one car in the front and one in the back but investigators say Claybrooks saw the unmarked cars and fled, eventually hitting a tree. Investigators say the force of the accident wasn't enough to deploy the airbags.
Officers approached the car wearing ballistic vests that said "police" according to investigators. Witnesses also reportedly told investigators they saw the police vests and heard police give commands to Claybrooks to get out of the vehicle.
Officers then tried to break out the tinted windows of the vehicle and through one of the holes made, the DEA agent reportedly saw Claybrooks pointing a weapon at an officer. That's when the agent fired 5 to 6 shots at Claybrooks.
The two officers with West Allis also told investigators they fired multiple rounds from their weapons when they heard someone say Claybrooks had a gun.
The family's attorney Walter Stern says because of the tinted windows, and because there was heavy smoke in the car after the accident, they are disputing the fact that the agent saw Claybrooks pointing a gun.