On Friday, the public is being invited to pay respects to a San Antonio police officer who died in the line of duty.
The visitation for Officer Robert Deckard is going on at Porter Loring Mortuary on McCullough, just off Interstate 35 north of downtown.
Thousands are expected to attend.
Fellow San Antonio police officers said their formal farewells at a private viewing on Thursday.
Chief William McManus described Deckard as an "all-American cop" who loved his job and the people he served.
Deckard was shot on Dec. 8 as he chased a pair of robbery suspects across the south side and into Atascosa County.
During the pursuit, one suspect fired a shot through the windshield of Deckard's patrol car, striking him in the head.
He died 12 days later after he was removed from life support.
The suspects were captured in Wilson County the night of the chase and are now jailed -- facing capital murder charges.
Friday's public visitation will continue through 9 p.m. at Porter Loring.
The funeral is set to begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Cornerstone Church.