Bailey Atkinson, from Bloxwich, was attacked by a group of men on High Street, near Asda in the early hours of Saturday morning and died a short time later.
Police officers have been visiting shops and businesses in the town inviting them to a meeting with Chief Superintendent Phil Dolby at Walsall Town Hall tomorrow at 6.30pm.
O2 manager Bal Kandola told the Express & Star: "Businesses have been asked to go to a meeting on Thursday with Chief Superintendent Phil Dolby.
"It is very short notice, we were given 24 hours notice which is not ideal, but I will be going because I have a list of questions about policing in Walsall."
He added: "We had a robbery and it took the police 45 minutes to turn up by which time the men had long gone, it was two weeks ago and I've yet to make a statement.
"We see police officers between 2pm and 5.30pm and then nothing, I have so many videos of stuff happening in Walsall but nothing gets done."
A major murder investigation was launched into the death of 20-year-old Bailey Atkinson with the police appealing for information from the community.
Chief Superintendent Phil Dolby, of Walsall Police, said: "We’re committed to working with partners across the borough to ensure Walsall is a safe place, and I’ve been speaking to people in the community to reassure then of the steps we are taking to ensure that.”