Another officer at the media relations section told Sputnik on the matter that a special meeting will be soon held at LAPD where the participants "should figure out whether they're going to put out any more information."
"If they do, they'll give out a press conference," the officer added.
“[The] incident was captured on video, including 2 body-cameras on officers at [the] scene,” the LAPD wrote on Monday.
The LAPD called the killing an “extreme tragedy,” and called on anyone who may have saw, heard or recorded the shooting to contact the local police department.
On Sunday, a video of a man who was shot dead by LAPD officers in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles was published online.
The man “forcibly grabbed” one of the several police officer’s holstered guns which resulted in an officer involved shooting (OIS), according to the LAPD.
The Los Angeles shooting is the latest in a series of controversial incidents regarding US police officers' excessive use of weapons leading to fatal casualties.
The country has seen waves of protests calling for police accountability and racial justice since summer 2014, when black men, Eric Garner and Michael Brown, were killed by white police officers in separate incidents in New York City and Ferguson, Missouri.