A GoFundMe page set for the funeral expenses of a 10-year-old black girl who killed herself after being a victim of bullying raised only half the amount collected in the campaign for Tennessee bullied teen, who also received support from several celebrities. Social media users Monday blamed racism and questioned as to why Ashawnty Davis' bullying story did not garner as much attention as Keaton Jones.

Davis, a fifth-grader at Sunrise Elementary School in Aurora, Colorado, got into a fight away from school grounds and the video of the altercation was shared on app Musical.ly. After the video went viral, Davis hanged herself on Nov. 16 and later died after spending nearly two weeks on life support at Children’s Hospital Colorado. The family of the black child said she was bullied by her classmates and the fight that took place was also related to the bullying.

"This is a heartbreaking loss for the school community. Mental health supports will be made available for any students who need help processing the loss," the Cherry Creek School District said in a statement at the time.

"We do not tolerate bullying of any kind in our schools and we have a comprehensive bullying prevention program in place at all of our schools. The safety and wellbeing of students is our highest priority and we strive every today to ensure schools are safe, welcoming and supportive places that support learning. We were made aware of that video when a media outlet approached us with it. We took immediate action in response, turning the video over to police and addressing the matter with students. It should also be noted that the video did not take place during school hours," it said.

After Davis' death, her father opened up about bullying, saying, “We have to stop it and we have to stop it within our kids.” While her mother said, “I want other parents to know that it’s happening. That was my baby and I love my baby and I just want mothers to listen.”

A GoFundMe page set up for Davis' funeral expense earned only $27,310 in 10 days, an amount nearly half of what the account created Saturday to help Jones financially received. The GoFundMe for Jones received more than $57,000 in donations.

Jones' story went viral after his mother Kimberly shared a video of her son crying after she picked him up from school at lunch time. Jones revealed that he was once again being bullied by his schoolmates, who made fun of his nose. Several celebrities, including "Pitch Perfect" star Hailee Stanlee, "Stranger Things" actress Millie Bobby Brown and "Avengers" stars Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo, showed their support for Jones.

Social media users questioned Monday that why all the support only came to Jones and people forgot what happened to Davis. Some also blamed racism, saying that Jones received so much attention because he is white.

Dr. Sheryl Ziegler, a child therapist, told NBC Denver last month: “Suicide rates have doubled over the past 10 years and bullying is now really at crisis levels. What we’re seeing is that this has a tremendous effect on the fragile, growing brain of a child. It’s very difficult for that child to handle that level of input.” The doctor added that parents should look for signs of having a suicidal child.

“You’re not really eating well. You don’t seem to be sleeping well. You’re having stomach aches every day. You’re telling me you have a headache and can’t go to school. I’m gonna actually listen to your behavior or your body more than your words,” Ziegler said.