The organizer of a march calling for justice for Sammie Junebug Davis Jr. expects more than 100 people will show up Friday afternoon and walk from Tattnall Square Park to Macons City Hall.
Daryl Jackson said marchers will speak about the injustices in the community using a microphone and speakers once they arrive at City Hall.
Were not trying to bash police and say all police are bad cops, but ... there are definitely some things that need to be looked into, he said.
The march will begin at 3 p.m.
Also, Macon radio show host Anthony Harris said he plans to protest Friday at multiple downtown locations to coincide with the Cherry Blossom Festival opening ceremony.
Im going to parade around with my signs and my pink jacket, Harris said.
If allowed, he said he wants to attend the opening ceremony.
Macon police spokeswoman Jami Gaudet said officers are aware that Friday marks the festivals opening and that there may be other activities.
We are ready and prepared, she said.
Davis, 49, was fatally shot at the Pio Nono Avenue Kroger on Dec. 21, 2012, by police officer Clayton Sutton.
District Attorney David Cooke has ruled the incident a justified shooting and said no criminal charges will be filed against Sutton.
Police are conducting an internal affairs investigation to determine whether any department policies were violated.
Information from Telegraph archives was used in this report. To contact writer Amy Leigh Womack, call 744-4398.