According a released sent to media, the march will be postponed until July 17.
The release also claims there will be a town meeting by the group at Fellowship Baptist Church on Monday but leaders of the Pomaria church say they know nothing about the meeting.
The July 17 march is to start at 11 a.m. at the mobile home in the Orchard Park Drive mobile home park off Highway 34 where Gregory Collins allegedly shot Anthony Hill on June 2. The march will be led by attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz, Leaders of Black Lawyers for Justice and the New Black Panther Party for Self Defense.
Collins, 19, is accused of shooting Hill, 30, of Winnsboro in the head and then dragging Hill’s body with his truck almost 11 miles.
The dragging stopped when the rope connecting Hill’s body to Collins’ truck snapped.
Collins is being held at the Detention Center without bond.
An investigation by the Sheriff’s Office, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and the FBI is continuing.
Officials are also continuing to investigate if the crime was one of hate, even though the two men had spent the day together.