Protesters marched to the Brooklyn Bridge on the second day of demonstrations.
The unarmed teen was shot and killed by Officer Richard Haste in his Bronx Home in February 2012.
In the wake of Eric Garner's death, relatives were set to meet with the NYPD Inspector General.
It's been eight months since the U.S. Attorney's Office announced it would review the case.
Ramarley Graham's parents are suing the city and NYPD in a wrongful death case.
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Graham's family called for a federal investigation after a Bronx grand jury didn't indict a NYPD officer.
Richard Haste testifed for more than four hours, saying he thought Graham had a gun, sources said.
Lawyers for Richard Haste said he was told by fellow officers that the teen had a gun.
Franclot Graham and Constance Malcolm say there is "no justice but injustice."
Bronx District Attorney told Ramarley Graham's mother the news Wednesday as she delivered petitions.
Ramarley Graham's family plans to rally outside the DA's office Thursday calling for a new indictment.
The Bronx District Attorney's office gave the grand jury faulty instructions, said the judge.
Supreme Court Justice Steven L. Barrett said the grand jury may have received misleading instructions.
Franclot Graham said the police shooting of son was similar to the death of Kimani Gray, 16, in Flatbush.
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