A conspiracy theory making the rounds on Facebook concerning the shooting death of Justine Damond by a Somali policeman in Minneapolis, is a despicable conspiracy theory. It is the second fake news story I've come across this week, which has no basis in fact. Sad to say, perhaps adding to the pain of loved ones, the authors are exploiting an unsolved and under-reported story to promote their 'brand'. The investigation is still ongoing, and though it is very strange that no new details have emerged, this particular report is fabricated.
According to Snopes - Yeah, yeah, I know, people discredit their research as well, however the site provides the origin of the false report and you can check it out yourself:
On 16 July 2017, alternative health blogger Erin Elizabeth reported on her web site Health Nut News that Justine Ruszczyk (who primarily used her fiance’s surname, Damond), a 40-year-old Australian woman living in the U.S. who was shot and killed in mid-July 2017 by Minneapolis police, was among a growing list of holistic doctors who had died under suspicious circumstances. That narrative was further twisted by the disreputable conspiracy site YourNewsWire with the headline, “Holistic Doctor, Working Against Big Pharma, Shot Dead By Police.” - More here.
I live in South Minneapolis not far from where Damond was killed - this is a false news story.