CHICAGO — A $15,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the arrest in the fatal shooting of a hairstylist and mother of six in Marquette Park.

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and community leaders joined Tamiko Talbert’s family members Wednesday in their push to curb gun violence.

“I can’t go to sleep at night,” said Alfonzo Fleming, Talbert’s husband. “I keep everything in the room. I pile in the bed to make me think she’s laying next to me just to touch something.”

Police said Talbert was driving on the 7100 block of S. Artesian Avenue around 4:40 a.m. Friday when someone in the back seat of a black SUV fired shots. The woman was struck in the head and crashed into a parked vehicle.

 She died Sunday at Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. The hairstylist was on her way to meet a client.

Talbert leaves behind a husband, six children and 13 grandchildren.

On Wednesday, loved ones hit the streets for answers. Preckwinkle said Cook County saw more than 1,000 homicides last year, 23% were women. That is double the previous year.

“At the county level, we are working to address the root causes of violence through investments of violence prevention and other services that discourage at-risk residents from becoming involved in crime and violence,” Preckwinkle said.

Rep. Cyril Nichols asked that Chicagoans wake up and end gun violence.

“Listen, this is not the dream of Dr. King,” Nichols said. “Hate is evil.”