A Maryland man was found with a fatal gunshot wound Friday inside a car on Kennedy Street NW, a corridor where D.C. lawmakers have already been pleading for more resources to help stem gun violence.

Delonte Hazel, 31, was shot at about 9:40 p.m., police spokesman Hugh Carew said. He was not breathing when police found him inside a car on the 100 block of Kennedy Street NW, in the Manor Park neighborhood, and was later pronounced dead at a hospital.

Police spokeswoman Kristen Metzger said Saturday that investigators have not determined a suspect but are canvassing nearby businesses and residences in the hope of finding security camera footage.

The Kennedy Street commercial area has witnessed other shootings, most recently a burst of gunfire on the 600 block of Longfellow Street NW just six days earlier, in which three people were killed and three others wounded.

After the Longfellow Street shooting, D.C. Council member Janeese Lewis George (D-Ward 4) called for the city to add Kennedy Street to its “Building Blocks” initiative, a program that directs extra gun-violence prevention resources to certain small areas of the city.