That's when Gibson said he watched a girl walk across the street and shoot Ungersma at point blank range with a single shot, killing him.
When police arrived they ordered her to put her hands up, at which point she allegedly discarded a 9mm handgun. Officers also found a .38 Smith & Wesson revolver, which had fired shots, inUngersma's pocket.
Ungersma is survived by his wife Jenny, stepson Logan, and his six-month-old son Sebastian.
The Domino's where he worked for weeks donated 75 percent of proceeds for five days to a fundraiser for his family; the response was so overwhelming that they had to close early after running out of food, WTHR reported.
A GoFundMe for his family meanwhile has already surpassed $21k.
"We want to be able to do whatever we can for the family," the Domino’s store owner Jimmy Ruedlinger told the site. "They're going through a lot right now, obviously, with the loss of their father, the husband, a son in the mom's case. We're a family here, and we're a team, and we're going to take care of whatever we can take care of at this point."
Billups has been charged with the murder of both Ungersma and Vanmeter, as well as armed robbery, theft, pointing a firearm and carrying a handgun without a license.