SAN JOSE -- The Sunday night shooting that left one person dead and injured a second person was a gang-related homicide, according to San Jose police.

Police said shots were fired about 9:12 p.m. in the 1000 block of Audubon Drive, near McLaughlin Avenue and Story Road.

Officers arriving on the scene found two people suffering from gunshot wounds. One was pronounced dead at the scene at 9:27 p.m.

The other person was taken to a hospital with what police said are non-life-threatening injuries.

Police on Sunday said the killing may be gang related but did not provide any additional information Monday. On Monday afternoon, San Jose police spokesman Officer Albert Morales said the homicide division is investigating it as a gang-related killing.

It is the city's fourth homicide of 2013 and the first to be treated as gang-related.

City official Mario Maciel said Monday that the mayor's Gang Prevention Task Force has activated a Crisis Response Protocol in response to the shooting, which provides additional resources from city departments, community organizations, social service agencies and schools. The protocol is often activated following an act of gang violence.

No suspects have been identified, and the motive in the shooting is under investigation.

Police have not identified the name or age of the homicide victim.

Contact Mark Gomez at 408-920-5869. Follow him on Twitter @MarkMgomez.