Dozens gathered in Orlando neighborhood for 'Justice for Myles' walk

Last Updated: Saturday, August 12, 2017, 1:58 PM EDT

A walk was held in Orlando Saturday morning for the boy who died in a day care van on Aug. 7. 

Nearly two dozen people walked in the hot sun for two miles for the Justice for Myles Walk. 

Myles K. Hill, who would have turned 4-years-old on Aug. 22, was found dead in the back of a van at the Little Miracles Academy on Gore Street and Plymouth Avenue in west Orlando.

The walk started at the house where Hill once lived and ended at the day care facility where he was found. 

They held signs that read, "this could have been your child." They also chanted "justice for Myles" and "we are marching for purpose."

The walk started around 9:30 a.m. Saturday and took about 30 minuties. 

Myles' mother and brothers were in attendance, but they did not want to talk on camera. 

One local pastor who said he organized the walk spoke on behald of them. 

"When parents go to work and see their 3-year-old running to their daycare, most parents take a deep breath and they can go to work and think, 'I don't have to worry about my baby,' and that's what we want," Pastor Stovelleo Stovall said. 

The family wants daycares across the country to be held accountable. They also want answers from the daycare owners as to what happened. 

DCF has shutdown the daycare center after the 3-year-old boy was found dead. 

The memorial outside the daycare facility has been growing everyday. 

On Thursday, Orlando police arrested Deborah St. Charles for aggravated manslaughter of a child. Police said Charles left Hill in the hot daycare van. 

A judge set her bond at $30,000. 

The family wants the daycare to be shut down and for the owners to reach out to the family to explain what happened.

"That is all we want you to do, is come up and own up to this. We are supposed to be friends, and you need to come own up to this," said grandmother Barbara Banks.

“I love him, and I just put everything in God’s hands," said grandmother Brenda Watts. "I know that justice will be served.”

Brenda Watts posted the event info on her Facebook page saying, "Please join us, we want justice for Myles. We still have questions unanswered."