Hundreds of people are expected to gather and remember the life of Trevyan Rowe. The 14-year-old wandered away from his school bus in Rochester on March 8. Dive crews found his body three days later in the Genesee River. The wake is open to the public.

Hundreds of people are expected to gather and remember the life of Trevyan Rowe.

The 14-year-old wandered away from his school bus in Rochester on March 8. Dive crews found his body three days later in the Genesee River.

Calling hours are at Bethel Christian Fellowship on East Avenue in Rochester from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The wake is open to the public.

As for the investigation into Trevyan's death, Rochester Police and the Monroe County District Attorney's Office are still looking into possible criminal charges.

Several 911 dispatchers and Rochester school staff are suspended during internal investigations.

Police say they cannot comment any further on these possible charges until the investigation is complete.