Lareanz Simmons, the 14-year-old Riverside boy who was shot while walking home from a friend's house, has been declared dead by Riverside police.
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The Poly High School student was hospitalized in critical condition Thursday, and placed on life support.
Although the teen was still on life support Tuesday -- as doctors worked to donate his organs -- police have declared him dead, meaning the shooting investigation is now classified as a murder, according to police.
Funeral arrangements are still being made, with a service possibly scheduled for Friday, sources said.
The city of Riverside has posted a $25,000 reward for a tip that leads to an arrest or conviction in the shooting.
Police have not released a possible motive in the shooting.
Simmons was walking near a relative's home Thursday on Georgia Street in Riverside when a man got out of a vehicle and fired at least six rounds.
Anyone with information about the case was asked to call police at 951-353-7105.