Camille's Home Service will begin at 1:00 PM. (2:00 pm ET) at New Beginnings Christian Ministry, organizer Christopher Lauren Flowers said in a Facebook post. The girl will be buried in Elmwood Cemetery, about 12 miles away.
Kamille was abducted on October 12 from a birthday party at a Birmingham housing complex her family calls home. Her remains were found at a landfill on Tuesday.
Patrick Stallworth, 39, and Derrick Brown, 29, were arrested and charged with the murder of a victim less than 1
When asked in court if he had any questions, Stallworth told the judge, "I don't understand why I was accused of killing this child," AL.com reported.
The judge told him that a lawyer would explain the charges, the news release reported.
There is no connection between Brown and Stallworth and Camille's family, Birmingham Police Chief Patrick Smith said on Tuesday.
A report of a vehicle responding to a description of an all-terrain vehicle allegedly abducted by Camille led police to Brown and Stallworth, who were arrested on October 20, authorities said.
Before being charged with murder, both were held.
Police found child pornography by Stallworth's phone and charged him with four counts of possession of child pornography and three counts of possession of child pornography with intent to distribute, police said.
Stallworth was initially released after being released on a $ 500,000 bond, but was back in jail Friday night on murder charges, prison records show.
Stallworth's lawyer, Emory Anthony, said last week that he knew nothing about the case, including the circumstances, evidence or reasons for Stallworth's arrest. CNN's attempts to find a lawyer for Brown were unsuccessful.
Brown was detained on remand probation for unrelated abduction, Chief Smith said. Online prison records show she was also charged with multiple crimes for failing to appear in court.
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly reports that Camille McKinney was abducted from her own birthday. The party was not hers.