Baby Lisa Irwin
A handout picture of Lisa Irwin Reuters

It’s been more than two months since Baby Lisa disappeared from her Kansas City home.

Baby Lisa’s disappearance might not be getting a lot of mass-media attention these days, but her case has still captivated many people from all over the country.

The recent update about the case is that blogs and news sources online are speculating on whether baby Lisa is dead or alive.

There is a group of people in Kansas City who is now speaking out about the missing baby and they also want the public to know that they believe she is alive and well.

Lisa’s parents Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley said that she disappeared from her crib in the middle of the night on Oct. 4.

The volunteers are so passionate about this one-year-old that they have spoken out to the media, criticized Lisa's parents and held vigils and walks outside her home and around the Kansas area.

On Sunday afternoon, this group got together and showed their support for the missing baby with a march at Penguin Park.

Volunteers are marching just to bring attention back to the missing baby and spread the word that she is still alive. The group is also doubtful about her parents and their lack of co-operation in the search for the baby. According to NBC Action News, the group wonders why the family has not conducted their own search for the missing child.

I am somewhat disappointed because I believe they should be out searching with the strangers. Just wish the baby was found because it disappoints me. The baby's gone and they're not helping to locate her, said Kansas City, Mo. resident Cindie Williams.