Jordan Voudouris' Paeroa pizza parlour will reopen today, nearly three months after his unsolved murder.
However, it will be a day of mixed emotions for family and Paeroa locals, who remain frustrated at the lack of answers over Voudouris' shooting.
Voudouris was fatally shot outside his Myconos pizza parlour in the early hours of June 18.
Last month, Waikato Detective Senior Sergeant Mike Whitehead said police were appealing for any information on firearms that may have been stolen in the days leading up to the murder.
"Given we have revealed that Voudouris was the victim of a shooting we would now like to hear from anyone who knows of firearms being stolen, anyone having firearms who should not have and any activity involving firearms that was suspicious or out of the ordinary.
Whitehead said if anyone was out over this time or had visited the Myconos store and had not yet been spoken to by police, to get in touch.
The investigation team, which has now reached 30 staff, is still working to establish a timeline to account for all movements and activity in the area.