Ky’air Thomas, an infant from Columbus, Ohio,  died just over a month after he was returned to his mother following an alleged kidnapping, per NBC News.

Five-month-old Ky’air and his twin brother Kason were abducted last month when their mother, Wilhelmina Thomas, left them inside her car while picking up a DoorDash delivery as a driver. On Saturday, Columbus police were called to a property after Ky’air wasn’t breathing. He was taken to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. 

“Tonight we are living a nightmare with the community for a second time in less than a month. I’m questioning God, ‘Lord why, Ky’air?’ None of this seems real!” reads a statement from their grandmother LaFonda Thomas, per WCMH. “I’m begging the community again to have some compassion and empathy while lifting up our family, Kason, and his mother Wilhemnia, LaChez, my son, and the twins’ father in prayer.”

Ky’air was found by authorities before his brother, who was found two days later. Police apprehended 24-year-old suspect Nalah Jackson last month. She was accused of stealing Wilhelmina’s black 2010 Honda Accord while it was still running. When the mother came out with the order, she found her car was no longer there.

Jackson was charged with two felony counts of kidnapping, and is also facing federal charges because she traveled across state lines. Ky’air was found in a parking lot at Dayton International Airport, while Kason was discovered in the stolen vehicle in Indianapolis.

A spokesperson for the children’s family said they wish for privacy following Ky’air’s death.