D'aja Robinson, the 14-year-old Queens girl who was fatally shot aboard the Q6 bus on Saturday night, was the not the suspect's intended target, police said, but rather the victim of a gang-related shooting gone awry.

Robinson was heading home with a friend from a Sweet 16 party at Onyx Lounge in South Jamaica around 9 p.m. when the bullet sailed through the bus window, striking Robinson in the head. She was rushed to Jamaica Hospital and pronounced dead on arrival.

Police are still searching for the shooter, who is described by witnesses as an 18 to 25-year-old man wearing a black sweater over a beige or cream shirt.

A Facebook page dedicated to the slain teenager has more than 63,000 followers. One post in particular quickly garnered nearly 6,000 "likes": "9 months to be born , 1 second to die , Too many funerals not enough graduations ` too many baby showers , not enough weddings , so many parents , many lost children ' <|3."

“She was a young lady who looked forward to running on the track team,” State Senator James Sanders Jr. of Queens, told the Times. “She was a gifted student who had much to live for.”