Wednesday marks 20 years since David Walden was shot and killed on Pier 24 in Honolulu.
His daughter, Angela Whitworth was 15 years old. She remembers April 16, 1994, vividly.
"It was the worst day of my life," says Whitworth.
Her father was a truck driver in the movie industry. He was at Pier 24 that Saturday morning to pick up equipment that was being shipped from Maui. Two men on motorcycles were seen by a witness but police say, that witness could not provide any details about the riders.
"They were fully clothed, had long sleeves, long pants, helmets with full face shields," says Honolulu Police Captain Richard Schaab.
HPD says they have gotten new leads recently but need more.
Whitworth is tired of waiting for answers. A family Facebook page, Justice for David Walden, reads, "Honolulu Police - DO YOUR JOB!"
The page says the killers are known but police will not discuss details of the case, only saying, they need witnesses or someone involved to come forward.
Angela Whitworth says she thinks about her dad every day. Significant life moments were bittersweet because he wasn't there. She graduated from high school in 1997, college in 2003, and later that year, got married. Her uncle and brother walked her down the aisle.
"I was daddy's little girl and that should be a moment you cherish with your dad and I didn't get that," says Whitworth.