Mother's Day will never be the same for Rounds. Instead of celebrating with her outgoing, middle son on Sunday, she was grieving over his death.
"Having to come here and explain to his 6-year-old child that sees everybody here and sees people crying, and she keeps saying, 'Tina what's wrong with everybody?' And we're waiting on her mom to get here so we can tell her she's never going to see her daddy again alive," Rounds told Fox13Memphis. "The last conversation she had with him was the last conversation she will ever have. How would anyone feel? But unfortunately so many people are dealing with that every day."
Memphis police are searching for the man who shot and killed Wilson.
"He just didn't have to kill my baby. He didn't have to kill him. Every day we hear on the news about gun fire. Somebody getting shot. Somebody shooting. It's just such a norm," Rounds said. "Nowadays people put such low value on life itself. They're taking lives as if they are stepping on a bug."
Wilson was not the only person shot at IHOP. A security guard was also hit but did not die from his injuries.