CUMBERLAND, IN (FOX 59) - A 7-year-old girl and her uncle were buried Saturday afternoon.  It has been 5 days since they were found shot to death.  No one has been arrested, but an investigator tells FOX 59 detectives are "on path to solve the killings".

Cumberland police officers are closer to finding out who shot Jeremy Crane and his niece, Kyleigh, to death.  7-year-old Kyleigh was home, sick from school on Monday.  Her uncle was watching her at his mother's home on Woodlark Drive.  Since then, the police department has received many tips that they've followed up on.  For example two times this past week, detectives served warrants near 42 and Post because they were searching for possible evidence or people who may be connected to this.

Meanwhile, friends and family members have been praying for Kyleigh and Jeremy Crane and for justice.  U.S. Attorney, Joseph Hogsett said he planned to attend their funeral Saturday evening.  From 1 to 5p.m. there was a visitation for Kyleigh and Jeremy.  Their funeral service followed.  It was held at the Community Life Center, which is at Washington Park East Cemetery.

During the day and before the funeral, Hogsett held a press conference where he talked about tackling gun-related violence.

"Honoring their sacrifice is a somber responsibility that the U.S. Attorney possess and that frankly we all share.  But, it is also a reminder that there is much to be done as we work to reduce the level of violent crime in the city of Indianapolis," U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana, Joseph Hogsett said.

He said, this week alone, seven people were shot.  Five of them were killed.  He said their priority is making sure they are keeping guns out of the hands of convicted felons.  It is unclear whether that is what happened in this case.

"We owe it to the innocent people like Kyleigh Crane to the innocent law enforcement officials who are doing nothing more than their duty like Officer Dewey {Runnels} to do everything we can to keep guns out of the hands of habitual, violent criminals," Hogsett said.

Hogsett said they are committed more than ever before.  He said in 2010, their office filed 14 felon in possession chargers.  In 2011, more than 100 were filed.

Also this week, the owner of Don's Guns, Don Davis, posted a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible.