Two more suspects have been arrested in connection with the shooting death of Wiz Khalifa's uncle, Imani Porter.

Paul "Los" Sanders, 20, and Michael Wolford, 20, were apprehended by U.S. Marshalls in an apartment building in the 300 block of Caldwell Avenue in Wilmerding around 10:40 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette..

Sanders and Wolford reportedly have both been charged with the murder of Porter. The 20-year old was shot in the parking lot of a Steak 'n Shake restaurant in Munhall, Pennsylvania on January 8 and was later pronounced dead at UPMC Mercy Hospital.

Authorities told the Post-Gazette they found crack cocaine and two digital scales in the offenders' possession. In addition to homicide, the suspects will also be brought up on robbery, conspiracy and drug charges. Their hearing has been set for February 6.

Jaron Young, 17, was the first suspect to turn himself in to police the day after the tragedy. The Penn Hills native will be tried as an adult for homicide.

In an interview with MTV News last week at his home in Los Angeles, Wiz remembered his uncle.

"I remember his smile. He had the biggest, biggest smile. He's just a handsome, young man; he's always going to be with us," he said. "We're doing well, actually. He was a lot younger than us, so it's really unfortunate. Being from where I'm from, Pittsburgh, it's an up-and-down type of place. Right now, it's not really a good time, and unfortunately, it hit home, so we're all sad."