After declining smaller venues, the family of Nipsey Hussle will have a memorial service for the late rapper at the Staples Center. 

TMZ reports the family of the Grammy-nominated artist struggled to find an adequate venue to accommodate mourners. Places with the capacity to hold about 2,000 were reportedly too small.

Staples Center, the home of the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers, is a 21,000-seat venue and the service will take place Thursday. 

Blavitize your inbox! Join our daily newsletter for fresh stories and breaking news.

Logistical issues remain a problem for the venue. The Clippers will have their final regular season game on Wednesday, April 10.

Officials representing Staples Center said the venue would have to be set up for the service within 24 hours. Security and other infrastructural details are still a concern. Ushers were told to reserve the day, and staging equipment companies are being contacted. 

According to Complex, the family met with the arena and the Los Angeles Police Department Wednesday, April 3, to discuss the pressing concerns. The meeting seemed to be a success, giving the family the go-ahead. 

In 2009, the Staples Center hosted the farewell service to King of Pop, Michael Jackson. So, this will not be the first time the venue has accommodated a considerable crowd of this nature.  

The Victory Lap rapper was gunned down by alleged gunman Eric Holder on March 31 in front of the Marathon Clothing store. Hussle's legacy as a STEM advocate and community activist made him a legend to many.

Now, check these out:

A Time To Reflect: We've Lost Three Real Ones, Their Legacy Must Not Be Forgotten

Atlanta Man Killed By Police Officer Identified As Activist Oscar Cain

Lil Nas X And Billy Ray Cyrus Have Twitter Reminiscing About Our First Fling With This Ol' Country Music Thing