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(NECN: Josh Brogadir, Milton, Mass.) - The wake for two sisters and a brother from Milton was Friday, their funeral is Saturday. The outpouring of support from the community is not going away. There's a trust being set up to help the Revelus family get a new apartment or even another house. In spite of the tragedy, they want to stay here in Milton. "From seeing them Sunday, I didn't know if they'd get to Friday," said Revelus family friend Ernst Guerrier. But parents Vonze and Regine Revelus, of Milton did make it to Friday. Now nearly a week after the savage deaths of two of their daughters, Samantha and Bianca at the hands of their son, Kerby, who was killed by police - people are not forgetting the tragedy. At Radio Coffeehouse in Milton, Alissa Finn works behind the counter, while remembering her friend from Math class, who she called Princesse. She said it was difficult not seeing her in her seat in the back of the room this week. Others, such as State Representative Linda Dorcena Forry whose district includes Milton, are offering help. Dorcena Forry said the healing process is just beginning. She is working with Revelus family spokesman, attorney, and longtime friend Ernst Guerrier to set up a family trust. Its purpose: so that these parents and their 9 year old daughter Sarafina, never have to return to the house of tragedy on Belvoir Road. Dorcena Forry said she can't imagine the family would ever want to go back to the house. Guerrier said the family is staying with a relative and is not sure where they will go after the funeral. Friday evening, the line was long to pay respects to the family at the wake in the Roslindale neighborhood of Boston. It's an outpouring of support, far beyond the Haitian American community of greater Boston - to help ease the pain. Dozens of people have been asking if they can come to the wake and the funeral. The Revelus family's answer: yes, it is the support they need right now. The funeral is Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. at Jubilee Church on Blue Hill Avenue in the Mattapan section of Boston. All three children will be buried together. There is an account set up at Citizens Bank. It is the Revelus Children Family Fund. Nine year old Sarafina, who was also stabbed by her brother, is expected to make a full physical recovery. She had surgery Monday and got out of the hospital Tuesday.