Preisdent Joe Biden visiting North Carolina today

WILMINGTON, N.C. (WITN) – The U.S. president is expected to visit North Carolina today, but plans have shifted after a deadly officer shooting in Charlotte Monday.

President Joe Biden will be visiting Charlotte and Wilmington. Officials say Biden was originally supposed only to visit Wilmington. However, after the deadly shooting Monday that killed four law enforcement officers, he will be visiting the families of those lost in the line of duty, according to WITN’s sister station in Charlotte, WBTV.

The four lost were Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer Joshua Eyer, U.S. Marshals Task Force members N.C. Department of Adult Correction veterans Sam Poloche and Alden Elliott, and Deputy U.S. Marshal Thomas M. Weeks Jr.

In addition to the president’s visit, a procession for U.S. Marshals task force member Elliott will also happen Thursday. Wednesday, a similar somber procession for Weeks went up I-77 as his body was escorted to Mooresville.

According to our sister station WECT, Biden is to discuss his “Investing in America” agenda, which includes an emphasis on job creation and rebuilding infrastructure.

The news station says Biden’s visit Thursday will be in his official capacity as president and not a campaign stop, and it comes just two weeks after Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, had to cancel a rally in Wilmington due to bad weather.