BROOKLYN - The family of a Brooklyn teenager killed by police held a second vigil Wednesday night at Church Avenue and East 55th Street.

Kimani Gray was fatally shot over the weekend after investigators say he pointed a loaded revolver at two plainclothes officers.

The first vigil was held Monday night, but quickly turned into a riot over the 16-year-old's death. Police say an angry crowd trashed the area, including a local Rite Aid store.

After tonight's vigil, many in the group walked toward the 67th Precinct where witnesses say that a police car was hit with a brick.

A police source said there were numerous arrests at the scene. There has been no word on how many arrests or on what charges.