Tuesday was the two year anniversary of
's murder in downtown Cleveland.
The 53-year-old Beachwood nurse was stabbed nearly a dozen times after leaving her attorney's office outside the Galleria Mall.
Family and friends gathered downtown for a "walk for justice."
They gathered in the same spot that the beloved mother, sister, friend and colleague lost her life at the hands of a vicious killer.
"Not only my mother but my very best friend. The best human being I've ever known. They will be eventually found and held accountable," said Aliza's daughter Jennifer Sherman.
Aliza's family, especially her children have been very active to keep this unsolved case in front of the public.
The murder case, according to police, is not a cold case.
"We're closer than we were a year ago. The case is actively being investigated and moving in a positive direction," said Deputy Chief Ed Tomba with the Bureau of Special Operations.
Aliza's murder happened just days before she and her husband's divorce trial was set to begin.
Police have a possible suspect on surveillance tape running from the scene.
A number of people have been subpoenaed to the grand jury but so far there have been no arrests.
Jennifer Sherman finds comfort in her mother's memory.
"Your love stays in my heart each and every hour of every day and reminds me that I'm not alone. I love you mom. Always and forever," said Sherman