DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Plans for Atatiana Jefferson’s funeral have been announced by her family’s attorney.

Jefferson was shot and killed by now-former Fort Worth officer Aaron Dean early Saturday morning inside her home. Police were responding to her home after receiving a call from a neighbor about her front door being open.

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Dean resigned from the department the following Monday before he could be fired. Later that evening, he was arrested and charged with murder. He was later released after posting a $200,000 bond.

Body-cam video from Dean’s perspective was released Saturday that showed the officer walking around her home before flashing a light into a window and firing one shot at her. Police said he never identified himself as an officer during the incident.

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Her death has sparked outrage nationwide as she was playing video games with her 8-year-old nephew just moments before she was killed. Residents voiced their frustrations at city leaders and police about not feeling safe in their own homes.

Now, her family and a heartbroken community will say their final goodbyes to Jefferson at the end of this week.

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According to the family’s attorney Lee Merritt, her funeral will be held at Potter’s House of Dallas at 6777 W. Kiest Boulevard on Saturday at 2 p.m. He said it will be open to the public.