The Oregon State Medical Examiner identified the victim in Sunday’s fatal police shooting in downtown Portland as 27-year-old Patrick Kimmons.

On Monday, the Portland Police Bureau also identified Sgt. Garry Britt and officer Jeffery Livingston as the officers involved. Both are on paid administrative leave.

Britt is a 10-year veteran of the force and was involved in a 2012 shooting that was ultimately determined justified. Earlier this year, Britt was among the officers who had contact with John Elifritz, a man killed by Portland police at a homeless shelter in April. Britt did not fire his weapon in that case.

Livingston has been with the Portland police for a year and a half. He was previously a corrections officer and worked with the Coast Guard, according to Patch.

Police say Britt and Livingston shot Kimmons after two other people had been injured in a separate shooting earlier. Those two people went to a local hospital with “serious, but not life-threatening injuries,” according to police.

PPB has not released details of what specifically led to either shooting.

“A gun was recovered near Mr. Kimmons, and multiple firearms were recovered in the area of the crime scene,” PPB officer Natasha Haunsperger said in a press release.

Protesters have criticized Portland police since Sunday’s shooting and planned to hold a vigil for Kimmons on Monday evening.

The bureau says it is interviewing members of the public, two other officers and reviewing a video of the incident as part of an ongoing investigation.