Demonstrators marched to Wichita's City Hall Thursday morning. They want city leaders to do something about the recent increase in police-involved shootings.
The march started at the corner of Grove and Murdoch. That's near where the city's latest police-involved shooting happened. That shooting killed Karen Day.
Her estranged husband, Derrick Jackson, called police for help in regards to a "Protection from Abuse" order his Day filed.
When police arrived, officers say Day stabbed herself in the chest and advanced toward them holding a knife."It was not necessary," Derrick Jackson told us, "They could have used other means...taser, bean bag, pepper spray...there's mean other things they could have used. I know officers have to make quick decisions... But they need to remedy the situation."
Jackson says the march was a test march, and there will be more people for the next one.
The police department says it always supports people's rights to protest.