Anger is growing within a Southern California Community after another deadly police shooting of a black man.
Police now say 30-year-old Alfred Orlongo was not armed with a gun but may have acted as if he had one.
"You killed my brother in front of me," Orlongo’s sister said on video.
Video taken moments after the shooting shows a distraught women who's identified as the man's sister.
“I just called for help and you came and killed him," she said.
She says she called police for help and told them her brother was mentally ill and unarmed.
Officers confirm they received that information and when they arrived at the scene they say the man was acting erratically and refusing commands.
"Still non-compliant still won't get his hand out of his pocket, walking all over the parking lot," can be heard on the scanner.
This video freeze frame shows the moment before the shooting.
"At one point the male rapidly drew an object from his front pants pocket, placed both hands together on it and extended it rapidly toward the officers taking what appeared to be a shooting stance," said Jeff Davis, El Cajon Chief of Police
One officer discharged a Taser while simultaneously another opened fire. Police haven't said what the object the man pulled out was but they now know it wasn't a gun.
"They didn't say anything, he didn't hear no rights he had no rights,” said Rumbidzai Mubaiwa, a family friend to the victim. “Being that he was a black man he automatically had no rights. So they shot him. They shot him 5 times.”
Tensions quickly intensified at the scene as a growing crowd of people demanded answers but police are urging calm.
The names of the two officers involved have not been released but we do know both of them have 20 years of experience on the force.
They also are on administrative leave. The local police department is conducting its own investigation that will be reviewed by the district attorney and the FBI.