At a Tuesday meeting discussing the shootings, protesters stood on the information desk to lead the crowd into demands for justice.
Residents of the meeting expressed outrage at the police for killing 22-year-old Clark, who died in the yard of his grandmother on 18 March. His death has sparked protests in the city.
The meeting was interrupted for two and a half hours after the city's mayor declared he could not guarantee the safety of the participants.
He urged the crowd to grow louder.
Standing in front of the council chambers, Clark said, "The mayor and the city of Sacramento have all forsaken you" which points to high rent, gang crime and poverty in the city.
"Now the mayor wants to talk to me, the police chief killed my brother, he does not care, he shows no emotion at all, and you get mad at me for not crying in the news.
The Auschwitz forced councilors to take a short break.
"Does it look like a weapon?"
At the meeting, parishioners came to the microphone to voice their outrage at Clark's death and police shootings of African Americans.
Several were pushing not only for the shooting of the two officers involved in the Clark shooting, but also for them their prosecution.
The officers had chased Clark over a man who broke car windows in a phone call and shot him in his grandmother's yard after a short B egegnung that lasts less than a minute.
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No weapon was found at the location. The only item found was a mobile phone, the police said.
At one point in the meeting, a male speaker called on participants to get up and point their cell phones toward the City Council.
"Does it look like a gun?" He asked.
Sacramento pastor Efrem Smith spoke of the tragedy regarding Clark's death.
"I grew up in a city and in an area where Grandmother's backyard was a sacred place," he said. "I could play in Grandma's garden, I could learn in grandma's garden, sometimes I have a change in my grandmother's garden, but I never thought that I would die in my grandmother's garden."
The hassle was raw and tangible as some spoke of past shootings of African-Americans and their frustration over a legal system that failed to prosecute or convict officials.
"We go into our investigations and it is found that everything was done according to the book," said the spokesman in Sacramento. "If your book looks like that, then it's time to get rid of the book, and I'm calling for a complete overhaul."
The meeting is interrupted earlier than planned, as Mayor Steinberg has finished the meeting event, saying, "It is my job to guarantee the safety of everyone on the place and I am not sure that we can do that We will postpone until further notice. "
Sacramento Police Department spokesman Sgt. Vance Chandler said he was unaware of the decisions behind the end of the meeting. But noticed that a man was arrested in front of the town hall for the attack on an officer and in public drunk.
Steinberg tweeted late Tuesday evening, "You will have heard your votes," but he said that Wednesday's meeting would not be held out of respect for Clark's family, as his entourage will take place.
CNN Darran Simon, Dave Alsup and Andy Rose have contributed to this report.