The owner of the bar in New York City said police did not seem interested in investigating the attacks.
A 51-year-old woman was shot in her left elbow, but is expected to survive her injuries, according to the police.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul is facing a tight election against her Republican opponent as crime in New York rises.
A spokesperson for the NYPD told Newsweek that the samurai sword was still in its sheath when the attack occurred.
According to NYPD crime stat data, in 1990 there was a total of 527,257 crime complaints.
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"This case remains an active investigation by the Brooklyn South homicide squad and the Kings County DA's office," a NYPD spokesperson told Newsweek.
The wild video inside the restaurant shows a man take out an axe and smash tables and a glass barrier while threatening customers.
The incident comes as the NYPD has reported a 30 percent rise in robberies and burglaries over the past month compared to the same period in 2021.
The loved ones of police officers are acutely aware of the risk of loss.
Witnesses said the altercation allegedly began over cold french fries and ended with an employee being shot in the neck.
"As I got down, one went to my wife and took all her jewelry and had the gun in front of my 8-month-old baby's face," Bishop Lamor Whitehead said.
The crew member had been working to secure parking spaces when he was approached by a gunman clad in all-black.
Video showed three women grabbing items from across the restaurant to hurl at employees, including glass bottles and a metal stool.
According to reports, the victim, whose name has not been released, was getting off the train at the Brooklyn Avenue M stop in Midwood.
These incidents date back to late January and all three women reportedly had one shoe stolen from them.
Sunday's unprovoked shooting marks the latest incident in a series of deadly attacks across the city's public transit system.
The extra security is "out of an abundance of caution," an NYPD spokesman told Newsweek on Saturday.
An off-duty NYPD officer reportedly followed his wife and a man she was having an affair with to a local hotel before opening fire outside of the restaurant.
The 51-year-old woman, who was a psychic doing tarot card readings at her house, died at the scene, police said.
Defendant Thomas Webster previously claimed that the police officer started things when he allegedly punched him in the face during the riot.
"The beaver just started walking on the concrete walkway at the park toward the Williamsburg Bridge," one witness said.
NYPD has not yet named a person of interest, although some media reports claim authorities are looking at someone known to the victim.
The incident comes days after alleged shooter Frank James opened fire inside another city subway station.
During James' arraignment on Thursday, a judge agreed to ask the Bureau of Prisons to provide James with psychiatric attention, after a request by his lawyers.
"Statements that the lack of cameras on the station delayed the manhunt by many hours are unfair and misleading," NYPD said on Thursday.
"This sort of policing makes no one feel safe," one New York City resident said.
"We were able to shrink his world quickly. There was nowhere left for him to run," Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said.
The manhunt for James continues and investigators try to piece together what happened leading up to the shooting that left 10 commuters with gunshot wounds.