Logan Karli Nettleton, the 19-year-old woman shot and killed at her Southeast Portland home Friday, was a Portland native, social justice advocate and mother to a four-year-old son, a family representative said Saturday.

Police officers responding to reports of gunshots around 174th Avenue and Powell Boulevard about 3:30 a.m. Friday found Nettleton dead inside her home near Powell Butte. A man found at the home, who family identified as Nettleton?s boyfriend, was taken to a local hospital with life-threatening gunshot wounds. A young child found inside the home was not physically hurt.

The Multnomah County Medical Examiner announced the results of an autopsy performed on Nettleton Saturday, ruling she died by homicide from her gun shot wounds.

According to family friend Vaune Albanese, Nettleton graduated from Madison High School, where she played basketball, in 2018. Before her death, she had attended Portland State University, focusing on criminal justice.

"She was a woman on a mission,? said Albanese, who works with Nettleton?s mother, Mya Chamberlin, at Northwest Portland neighborhood center Friendly House. "She knew what she wanted, she knew how to get there. And now she had two grieving parents, a grieving community and a four-year-old son who is now motherless.?

According to Albanese, police told Chamberlin that they are not investigating the incident as a murder and attempted suicide, "because of the way the scene was laid out.? Nettleton?s boyfriend, Deon, remained in critical condition after a second round of surgeries Saturday, Albanese said.

Nettleton leaves behind King, a four-year-old son who was born prematurely and has special needs. King was not in the apartment at the time of the shooting and is now being cared for by family. The child found at the home is Deon?s son, Albanese said.

On Friday, investigators were seen at the Foothills Apartments just off Southeast Powell Boulevard at 174th Avenue in the Centennial neighborhood where Nettleton lived. Red police tape was strung up inside and around part of the complex, and a Portland Police Bureau mobile precinct was set up nearby.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Rico Beniga: 503-823-0457,; or Detective Anthony Merrill: 503-823-4033,