Detectives and family members of a 61-year-old woman fatally injured during a fight in a Compton park last month appealed again this week to anyone who witnessed the killing to come forward.

Patricia Davis was assaulted about 6:50 p.m. on Aug. 4 as she sat in Tragniew Park at 2121 W. Alondra Blvd., according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies dispatched to the park from the sheriff’s Compton Station found the victim on the ground and unresponsive, the sheriff’s department reported a day after the killing.

“Detectives discovered that a group of women were at a local park when a 67-year-old woman became annoyed with another woman, arguing that she was too loud,” Deputy Guillermina Saldana of the Sheriff’s Information Bureau said at the time.

“The argument quickly became physical with both punching each other and one being hit with a cane. Both women ended up on the ground where the altercation continued. The 67-year-old suspect got up and walked away while the other complained she could not breathe.”

The victim was taken to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead, Saldana said.

The suspect, whose name was not released, was arrested, booked on suspicion of murder and was being held at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood in lieu of $1 million bail, Saldana said.

It’s unclear if that woman remains in custody, but detectives plan to joined Davis’ family members at a news conference at the Hall of Justice in downtown Los Angeles this morning to appeal to witnesses who were in the busy park to come forward and speak to detectives.