HILLSBORO, Texas — Family members of a woman who was shot to death at an apartment complex in Hilsboro said they won't give up until they see their day in court.

Deonshira Slider, 27, was gunned down on Feb. 23 in the parking lot at the Crestridge Apartments in Hillsboro where she lived. Police said Slider was on her way to her mother's house for breakfast when she was shot in front of her 4-year-old son while inside her car.

Seven months after her death, Slider's family said they don’t have any answers or updates from the police about where the investigation is going.

Slider’s cousin, Tomeka Womack, spoke to Channel 6 Wednesday.

"We don't want this case to go cold," Womack said. "We want the people who have done this to pay for it."

VIDEO: Cousin speaks months after shooting death of Deonshira Slider

Womack said the family believes that a woman killed Slider because Slider was dating the woman's estranged husband.

Hillsboro police said they are still actively working the case and encouraged anyone with any information to come forward.

"Everybody that was connected to this-- they can run, but they cant hide," Womack said. "Whether they get punished here on earth or not here on earth, they will get what's coming to them."

Hillsboro police said there is still a $10,000 reward for anyone who comes forward with information about the killer.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to contact Hillsboro Crime Stoppers at 254-580-9120 or Detective Orozco at 254-582-8406.