Orlando police were investigating the fatal shooting on Sunday morning, the second of the weekend.
Police have provided few details about the latest shooting, which took place shortly before 10 a.m. on South Semoran Boulevard, a commercial area about five miles north of Orlando International Airport.
According to the police email, officers on the scene found the injured man at 6699 S. Semoran Boulevard, where the Cracker Barrel restaurant is located, and began “life-saving measures.”
Police said the victim was found near a restaurant and the shooting took place in a nearby shopping mall.
Medics took the wounded man to AdventHealth East Orlando Hospital.
The medical staff pronounced him dead.
Police said their preliminary investigation determined the altercation led to the shooting.
They did not immediately respond to requests for details.
“All parties are held accountable and are cooperating,” the police said in an email.
Police were also investigating the shooting death on Saturday.
According to ClickOrlando.com, police said they received a call around 2:30 p.m. about an “injured person” in the 1000 block of DeWitt Drive, a dead-end street separated by a chain link fence from North Westmoreland Drive. Police said he later died and they had no suspects at the time.
The area is less than a quarter mile north of Exploria Stadium, a 25,000-seat stadium that is home to Major League Soccer’s Orlando City and National Women’s Soccer League Orlando Pride.
Police have not identified any of the victims of the shooting.