From his niece who set up the fund:
“On Sunday, March 27th, 2022 my uncle became one of the countless victims of gun violence in the city of Chicago. My uncle was a hard worker who was about to start his shift at his second job at a restaurant only blocks away from Wrigley Field, where he was struck with 3 gunshot wounds to his chest and armpit area. He was transported by the Chicago Fire Department to Illinois Masonic Medical Center in critical condition where he shortly died as he succumbed to his injuries. Detectives are now investigating and there are no suspects in custody as of yet. He was a husband, father, and provider for his family of him.
Now begins the challenging times for those he leaves behind; my aunt and her two daughters (the oldest, 16 years old, and the youngest, 9 years old), who for some can understand and empathize with the tragic loss of a loved one and the unforeseen financial burdens that will begin to unravel; Please help my family during this difficult time. Any and all contributions will be greatly appreciated, may God bless you all. Donations accepted, prayers requested. May my uncle rest in eternal peace and may God look over the Beltran-Robles family during these difficult times. (1/13/1975-3/27/2022)”