Vigil marks 2 years since Joliet toddler's murder; Still no arrests 04/28/2019 9:06 am PDT Comments WGN via WGN WILL COUNTY, Ill. (WGN) -- It has been two years since a toddler was found dead in her Joliet home and investigators said they are still searching for the person responsible. 17-month-old Semaj Crosby was found suffocated under a couch in her home in Joliet in 2017. The “Justice for Semaj Team" held a memorial in Joliet Saturday to mark two years since the girl's death. Law enforcement ruled her death a homicide, but no one has ever been charged in the case. Police identified her mother Sheri Gordon and four others as persons of interest. None of them have been charged. Semaj's death was ruled a homicide in Sept. 2017. Officials said she died of asphyxiation. MORE: Vigil marks 2 years since Joliet toddler's murder; Still no arrests - WGN #Illinois #WGN Related Stories FBI, police search for missing baby girl in southwest Chicago area Judge lashes out at social workers for leaving kids in home Joliet toddler died of asphyxiation, death now ruled homicide Missing 1-year-old found dead in Chicago-area house Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.