Wilbert Mora, a second New York City police officer who was involved in a domestic shooting incident in Harlem on Friday, has died from his injuries.

Mora's death comes days after the death of his partner, Officer Jason Rivera, who died the day of the shooting. Mora, 27, and Rivers, 22, are two of five NYPD officers who have been shot in the line of duty in 2022.

"It's with great sadness I announce the passing of Police Officer Wilbert Mora," NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell said on Twitter, CNN reports. "Wilbert is 3 times a hero. For choosing a life of service. For sacrificing his life to protect others. For giving life even in death through organ donation. Our heads are bowed & our hearts are heavy."

The two officers were shot when they were called to a Harlem apartment by a woman who said she needed help with her adult son, Lashawn J. McNeil, who fatally shot the two officers as they walked down a hallway. A rookie cop named Sumit Sulan returned fire and killed McNeil as he tried to flee. McNeil was pronounced dead on Monday.

McNeil’s mother said she was trying to get her son help for mental health issues and she would not have called 911 if she knew he would have used deadly force against the officers. McNeil had used a handgun that was reported stolen in Baltimore in 2017 and police found a semi-automatic rifle under his mattress.

Rivera had wanted to be the first person in his family to become a police officer in what he called “the greatest police force in the world.”

Irina Zakirova, a professor who taught Mora at John Jay College of Criminal Justice called his former pupil an earnest and engaged student and said he was looking forward to taking the next step in his law enforcement career.

“He cared about people and the community,” Zakirova told the Associated Press, adding that he was particularly interested in finding different and innovative ways in improving relationships between police and the neighborhoods they patrolled.

“The grief in this Department is incalculable. We will stand, salute and shed tears, yet manage to smile as we remember him during the extremely difficult days ahead," Sewell said.

Rivera’s funeral is scheduled for Friday and Mora’s funeral arrangements have not been announced.