A 16-year-old girl, who died after getting into a fight with another girl over a boy, was jumped by bullies who slammed her head against a bathroom sink at a school in Delaware Thursday morning.Friends identified her as Amy Inita Joyner-Francis to local media, according to The News-Journal.

‘My heart bleeds for the family,’ Mayor Dennis Williams told a news conference.

Sherry Dorsey Walker, a Wilmington city councilwoman, says she has known the victim and her family for quite some time and had been asked by the family to speak on their behalf.

Walker says the family is asking for spiritual healing in the community and no retaliation.

She says they’re also ‘asking people to just be calm and pray for them’.

At one point, someone banged her head on a sink, according to witnesses who spoke with 6ABC.

‘There was an altercation that initially started between two people, and my understanding is that additional individuals joined in against the one person,’ Gary Fullman, chief of staff to the Wilmington mayor, told KTLA.Kaya Wilson was in a stall when the fight broke out and spoke with the local news station after leaving school. Du Pont Children’s Hospital in critical condition, where she was later pronounced dead.‘She was fighting a girl, and then that’s when all these other girls started banking her -like jumping her – and she hit her head on the sink,’ Wilson said. The cause of death has not been confirmed News media outlets quoted Police Chief Bobby Cummings as saying that two female students were taken to police headquarters for questioning.The councilwoman described the victim as ‘a wonderful human being’, adding that ‘her loss is a big void, not just in the family’.Nathaniel Kenyatta, a freshman at the school, was friends with the victim and spoke to Delaware Online on Thursday.He says he met her in a HVAC class and that she was an easy person to talk to.