03/30/2016 14:45 EDT | Updated 03/31/2017 01:12 EDT

Police say man fatally shot in Calgary was brother of man convicted in 2012 murder

Calgary police have confirmed a man shot near a school was the brother of a man convicted in a 2012 homicide.

Police have identified this week’s victim as 22-year-old Emmanuel Keror, who was killed about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday about a block from Marlborough elementary school in northeast Calgary.

Two men have been arrested but charges have yet to be laid.

On Sept. 20, 2012, Philip Anny was gunned down on an Applewood street and three years later, Deng Lino Keror was convicted of second-degree murder.

Calgary police Insp. Don Coleman says they are looking into the possibility that Tuesday’s shooting was revenge in some way.