GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The death of a toddler whose injuries happened while she was being watched by babysitters has been ruled a homicide, Grand Rapids police say.

Kai’Yanni Jones would have been 2 on March 28.

The Grand Rapids Police Department said on Tuesday that the medical examiner had ruled her death a homicide after conducting an autopsy. Police would not say anything about suspects or arrests, saying only that the investigation was ongoing.

After being involved in a car crash, Kai’s mother Amanda O’Brien was taken to the hospital and told she would have to stay because she was pregnant.

O’Brien was contacted by the babysitters on Feb. 19. They said Kai’s stomach was bloated and she was throwing up, so O’Brien told them to take her to the hospital, where doctors found she had abdominal trauma. At the same time, O’Brien was giving birth to another child.

GRPD said officers were called to the hospital about the case around 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 19.

Kai was declared brain dead Feb. 22. An honor walk was held Saturday before her organs were donated. Her heart went to a 10-month-old child and her kidneys to a 14-year-old boy, her mother confirmed to News 8.

The babysitters were a woman and her boyfriend who O’Brien has known for about three years. She said she thought of them like a sister and little brother.

A GoFundMe account has been created to help cover funeral costs.

—News 8’s Kyle Mitchell contributed to this report.