A Regina mother is still searching for answers after her son was stabbed to death more than two years ago.

Presley Kenny, 22, was killed in his home on the 1000 block of Queen Street in May 2013. On Thursday, his family issued another plea to the public for information on the unsolved homicide.

Kenny's mother, Debra Taypotat-Bowering, says their family has been looking for answers since the day he died.

“I hope that we find closure and justice for my son to bring peace to our family; not wondering every day who did this and why,” she said.

Regina police say the investigation is still ongoing, and they believe there are people in the community who have information that could help lead to an arrest.

“We have worked very hard on this case and have interviewed literally dozens of people in efforts to gain information in this case,” said Regina Police Service spokesperson Elizabeth Popowich.

“Our investigators have said that if there were evidence to lay a charge, we would have laid a charge.”

Taypotat-Bowering says she also believes there are people who know what happened to her son, but have chosen to remain silent.

Police are asking anyone with information on the crime to come forward. They say it could take just one key piece of evidence to lay a charge.

Based on a report by CTV Regina's Christeen Jesse