NYPD Detective Randolph Holder is being buried Saturday in his native Guyana.
Holder's family and about a hundred NYPD officers arrived in Georgetown for the service.
They carried his coffin from the airport tarmac to a hearse.
Holder was shot and killed in the line of duty on October 20 in East Harlem.
The NYPD say it's been an emotional week.
"To lose an officer is very, very difficult," said Captain Rhonda O'Riley Bovell of the NYPD. "As you can see, the family were in tears, and my officers are hurting. It's just that they're trying to stay strong for the family. They're definitely hurting."
Mayor de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton were among those who mourned Holder during his funeral in Queens on Wednesday.
During the service, Bratton posthumously promoted Holder to detective.
Holder was a five year NYPD veteran. He was 33 years old.