Victor Pulido can still hear the voice of his older brother, Iyayi Orhue Amayo.
Pulido is mixing his brother’s posthumous rap album, “L805” — an homage to the San Luis Obispo area code and Los Angeles. He says it’s the highest form of respect he can pay to Amayo, who was stabbed to death.
On Nov. 9, Amayo, a local rapper known as Iyayi Da Cali Kid, was stabbed in the early morning hours near West 42nd Street and Walton Avenue in Vermont Square.
Detectives think Amayo, 34, was involved in a dispute with other people before he was killed. They are focusing on several people but are looking for additional witnesses, said Los Angeles Police Det. Chris Barling. Two people were arrested in connection with the case but were released because of a lack of evidence, Barling said.
Investigators don’t think Amayo’s stabbing was ...