Vigils will take place across the country today in memory of Ashling Murphy.
Gardaí say the 23-year-old schoolteacher was attacked and killed while out jogging along the Grand Canal in Tullamore on Wednesday afternoon.
A man was arrested in connection with the death on Wednesday; however, he was released yesterday evening and Gardaí say he is no longer a suspect.
The investigation is ongoing and Gardaí are appealing for information about a mountain bike.
Vigils will take place across the country today, in Ashling’s memory.
The National Women’s Council is holding it’s #VigilForAshling outside the Dáil at 4pm, while the another gathering is taking place in Tullamore.
Hundreds also attended a vigil for the 23-year-old at Eyre Square in Galway yesterday evening.
National Women's Council Director Orla O'Connor said Ashling’s death has shocked the entire nation.
“It is a real public reaction,” she said.
“We have been inundated with contacts by women and men who really want to express their support to the family and also, they want to publicly show that support,” she said.
“They are also expressing their anger that once again we are saying very clearly that we need to end male violence against women.”
She said an online event will also be held for people who can't get to Dublin for 4pm.
“There will also be a minute’s silence at 4:30 because many people have contacted us who can’t physically be there and they also want to show their support,” she said.
“So that is why we are calling for that minute of silence at 4:30 where everyone around the country can show their support and solidarity.”
Meanwhile, Aoife Bradley, who is organising the vigil in Tullamore told Newstalk she was so affected by Ashling’s death she felt she had to do something.
People are encouraged to bring flowers and candles and are asked to wear face masks and observe social distancing.