His murder has not been solved.
"It's so hard not having any answers," Kuntz told KARE.
Richfield officials helped the family build a bench to honor O’Shaugnessy’s memory, but more than half a dozen complaints emerged about the pile of tributes, flowers and stuffed animals, the television station reported.
City officials gave Kuntz until Monday to clean the area.
"I was out there with an ax on the deadline, chopping at the frozen ground, getting the stuff out that I could," Kuntz told KARE.
Kuntz said she reached a compromise with the new mayor and city manager of Richfield that will allow the remaining tributes to stay at the site until spring, the television station reported.