In June, the New York City Board of Correction published a report detailing the failures that led up to Polanco's death.
Protesters hold portraits of fatal victims of police brutality, Breonna Taylor and Layleen Polanco, in New York City on August 28, 2020. Erik McGregor/LightRocket/Getty Images
"This is just the beginning of justice for my sister; this is not even close to being justice for her," Brown told The City. "Justice would be holding those people who had something to do with my sister's death accountable for their actions."
The City of New York has now reached a settlement of .9 million with her family the largest of its kind, The City reported on Sunday.