Shoppers at the store told NBC26 they're surprised something like that would happen in what they consider to be a normally safe neighborhood.
"Good schools. Nice city to raise your kids in," said Jodi Gostas of Neenah,
She said she was going to pick up a prescription Sunday evening, but postponed her trip when she heard about the shooting.
"It's worrisome. I thought, 'Oh i should go pick it up,' and then I heard what happened. I was like, 'It can wait.' I didn't want to drag myself or my kids into any danger," said Gostas.
The shooting took place near one of the busiest roundabouts in the city during the day, which is concerning the Neenah Police Department.
"It's very disturbing," said Police Chief Kevin Wilkinson. "This isn't something that happened in a back alley in a bad part of town late at night. It's just right in the heart of town, right in the middle of a busy time of day where anybody could have been exposed to that."