Earlier reports on philly.com said Massey's family had been struggling to cover the cost of his funeral. But now, according to Marple Newtown High School Principal Gregory Puckett, all funeral expenses have been funded.
Massey, 21, was shot and killed on Saturday after the shooter demanded his headphones and iPod in the Overbrook section of Philadelphia.
A viewing will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. on Monday at Hickman Temple A.M.E. Church, on Baltimore Avenue near 50th Street in Philadelphia, the funeral will immediately follow, according to philly.com.
Massey will be honored with a moment of silence at the boy's basketball home opener at Marple Newtown High School at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 13.
Massey, who was a special needs student, played football, lacrosse and basketball at Marple Newtown High School and also participated in the Special Olympics.
Anyone interested in donating money in Massey's name is now encouraged to contribute to the Special Olympics, according to Puckett.
Donations in Massey's name will be accepted through the Special Olympics from individuals and organizations and can be made to:
The Special Olympics
ATTN: Christian Massey
PO Box 279
Morton, PA 19070-0279
"Our hearts and prayers go out Christian’s family and friends. As demonstrated by the overwhelming support to assist with Christian’s funeral expenses, it is obvious that Christian’s impact on society was much bigger than Marple Newtown," Puckett said in a message posted on the school's website.
No arrests have been made in the shooting as of yet.