The Harris County District Attorney's Office said it will decide later whether to pursue the death penalty against either Black or Woodruffe. "King wrote Sunday on Instagram that he received the tip on January 3 that a 20-year-old black man named Eric Black Jr. and another man had shot Barnes".
Woodruffe was charged as Jazmine's funeral took place Tuesday afternoon, attended by hundreds of people at a Houston church.
Barnes was in a vehicle with her mother and her three sisters as they were leaving a Walmart parking lot in Houston late last month.
Authorities initially described a suspect in the attack as a white male, leading to fears that it may have been a hate crime.
Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said he believes the family's initial description of the shooter was honest and the man in the red truck was likely a bystander who left the scene of the shooting.
Eric Black Jr., 20, was arrested Saturday in a traffic stop for not using his turn signal.
Woodruffe has six prior convictions, including pleading guilty to choking a girlfriend, drug possession and being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to court records. The girl's mother, LaPorsha Washington, was shot in the arm and the girl's 15-year-old sister was injured when the window shattered. Jazmine was hit in the head and died.
Black said the gun used in the shooting was at his home, the affidavit says.
Jazmine was remembered during her more than two-hour funeral at The Community of Faith church in Houston for a sweet spirit, her smile and as a person who always wanted to give hugs and help others. Both men were taken into custody on Saturday after police received a tip from activist Shaun King, who said one of his "confidential informants" had identified the suspects.
The heartbreaking murder of Jazmine captured the attention of the country, including community activists and celebrities, as the search for her killer went on for a week.
"I'm telling you, every time I see one of y'all reach out for me, I can hold my head up", her mother said.
"I didn't think it was going to be this big", the child's mother said tearfully.
Numerous speakers at the funeral said they hoped Jazmine's death would help fuel efforts to combat gun violence.
Reports say O'Neal and Houston Senior Police Officer Kenneth Miles brought a cashier's check to Jazmine's family last week, but he isn't the only superstar offering a hand.
Houston Texans receiver star DeAndre Hopkins has also said he will donate his $29,000 playoff game check to help with funeral costs.