Days after a fatal stabbing rocked UCSF's Parnassus Avenue campus, the victim has finally been identified.

According to the San Francisco Medical Examiner's office, San Francisco's first homicide victim for 2016 has been identified as 60-year-old SF resident Mina Willis.

A UCSF spokesperson says that Willis was stabbed during a domestic violence dispute with her companion, 46-year-old David Calvin King, at 4:48 p.m. on January 14.

The attack occurred "in a building breezeway near the UCSF Ambulatory Care Center at 400 Parnassus," UCSF spokesperson Elizabeth Fernandez says.

Following the stabbing, Willis was taken to San Francisco General Hospital, which Fernandez notes is "San Francisco’s only trauma center." She died at 5:33 p.m.

Neither Willis nor King worked at UCSF, Fernandez says.

King was arrested by UCSF police at the time of the stabbing, and was booked into San Francisco County Jail later that evening "on one count of homicide," Fernandez says. According to the San Francisco Sheriff's Department, he remains in custody as of this morning.

As of publication time, a San Francisco Police Department spokesperson confirms, Willis' death is SF's sole homicide for the year.

Previously: No One Wants To Say Who'll Be Investigating What Might Be SF's First Homicide Of 2016