That gunshot ended Saturday's saga. It left the baby -- who was inside the Kansas City home, but in another room, when her mother was shot -- without a surviving parent, and she is now with relatives, Snapp said.
The area around the stadium and the Chiefs' abutting practice facility shut down for about an hour after the second shooting.
But it should be packed Sunday afternoon. The Chiefs, who were struggling mightily before this and sported a 1-10 record, will play the Carolina Panthers, as scheduled, the NFL announced.
Kansas City's mayor said Saturday he hadn't given much thought over whether he felt the game should be canceled or go on. But he has no doubts where members of the Chiefs' organization stand.
"They think there should be a game tomorrow," James said. "I think that they believe there is an obligation to the people of this city, the fans of the team, the fans of the other team to proceed and go forward."