Stephon Clark's name spread nationwide in the days and weeks after he was shot dead by the Sacramento police.
And on Thursday afternoon, his name appeared on Google Maps.
"Stephon Clark Plaza" appeared on the map near the Golden 1 Center and Downtown Commons.
Zoom in and look slightly north and east, and a pin for Stephon Clark Plaza with a tree can be found. (Search for Golden 1 Center on Google Maps, and you should find it.)
Google Maps does not give a clue as to who placed it on the map, but people are starting to take notice of it.
Clark, 22, was murdered on March 18 after police chased him to his grandparents' backyard in Meadowview and opened the fire after reacting to a neighbor's report of someone shattering the car windows , The video from the police officers' cameras indicated that they believed he had a gun, although the authorities later said that they had found only one cell phone and that the police had fired 20 shots at Clark.
The shooting sparked protests and demanded reforms in the United States.
Proponents of police and police were also very vocal.
A funeral for Clark took place on Thursday while the Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a eulogy.
Up to 500 mourners crowded into Bayside of South Sacramento Church. Hundreds of other mourners stayed outside.
Later on Thursday, protests in Sacramento increased again.