The investigation comes a day after it was announced that prosecutors from Marion County filed two formal charges against Huxley.
"During the past week, our police officers have been both praised and criticized for their response," the statement read.
"Law enforcement is at its most effective when there is accountability and trust between law enforcement and the community," U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland said.
Police released 47 minutes of body camera footage of the incident. The realtor, Eric Brown, has accused the police department of racial profiling.
The new body cameras are about the size of a deck of cards, worn on the front of officers' uniforms, and will run continuously with footage automatically saved.
The audit report urged the Justice Department to "carefully reassess" the lack of body cameras and take steps to implement their use.
"Peace restored," one officer is heard saying on the video.
On Tuesday, District Attorney Andrew Womble said officers were justified in their use of deadly force last month.
Justice Department statistics show that 80% of police departments with more than 500 officers have adopted body cameras.
Family attorney Wayne Kendall said the early shots were not fatal.
Brown's family viewed the body camera footage for the first time on Monday after requesting its release for nearly a week since his death on April 21.
Officers have been accused of racially profiling two Black men and one Latino man after viral bodycam footage showed an altercation between the groups.
After watching body camera videos, attendees at a Brooklyn Center Police conference can be heard asking the department's chief, "Oh my God, you're telling me that wasn't enough to terminate this officer?"
At the time that he reported the supposed attack, investigators wondered whether it might've been a possible hate crime considering that Gill is a practicing Sikh who wears a traditional headdress,
According to the recording, Ronald Greene "was spitting blood everywhere and all of a sudden he just went limp."
"I hear the community's call for more transparency, and I can tell you that body cameras will be funded next year," County Executive Jim Kreuser said.
Bodycam footage in the George Floyd case reportedly shows former police officer Thomas Lane pulled a gun on Floyd and forced him out of his car without offering any explanation.
While body cameras can deter police from misconduct, their effectiveness depends largely on the policies regulating their use.
An officer with the Los Angeles Police Department was arrested and charged Thursday with allegedly fondling a dead woman, after a random check of body camera footage revealed an incident that happened after he thought the camera had been turned off.
Jonathan Oddi, 42, is facing multiple charges, including five counts of attempted second-degree murder on a law enforcement officer.
Police departments across the country could benefit from a thorough examination of footage the Las Vegas police have yet to release.
Gun camera manufacturers say they provide unobstructed views of officer-involved shootings and don't come with data storage costs
Body cameras could become a secretive law enforcement tool with worrying privacy implications.
If an officer is to serve as an eyewitness, will his memory be untainted if he views the footage?