ZUNI, Va. (WVEC) -- A 5-year-old boy who was seriously injured in a case of suspected child abuse has passed away, 13News Now has learned.

Levi Robertson died at about 9:53 Tuesday night at CHKD, where he had been on life support since he was found unresponsive on January 8, according to the Isle of Wight Sheriff's Office.

The boy's father, Josh Robertson posted on Facebook that on Tuesday night he "lost my best friend in the whole world."

Levi's mother, 32-year-old Jaye Lynn Hadley, was arrested last week and charged with child abuse and aggravated malicious wounding. Her boyfriend of only six weeks, 33-year-old Justin Cox, is also charged with child neglect.

The Isle of Wight County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office is reviewing additional charges the couple could face.

Both Cox and Hadley are currently held at Western Tidewater Regional Jail with no bond.

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Justin Cox (left), Jaye Lynn Hadley (right).

Hadley began working at Grace Child Development Center in Newport News about nine months ago. The center's manager said he notified children's families about Hadley's arrest.

Because of the charges against her, Hadley will not be allowed to return to work at this time.

The center's manager described her as a "great teacher" and a "great lady" with "a big heart."

Sherry Boothe, Levi's parental grandmother, spoke with 13News Now. Boothe's son, Levi's father made the decision on Tuesday to take Levi off life support.

Levi's organs were donated so that he could help other children.

A GoFundMe page that was originally set up help pay for medial expenses will now go toward funeral costs.

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