"This mural is a beautification project for our community that's aimed at providing a strong sense of pride and inspiration in our district," Brown said in a statement.
At the dedication event in January, Brown added "Kids walking home from school will look up and see this mural and be led to ask a simple but powerful question: 'Who is that?' And, in that single dynamic moment, a legacy will be forged."
Family members of both Boone and Young also spoke at the event.
In recent years, the city’s Westside has been home to rapid development and change.
Just this week, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms put a halt on additional construction permits near the new Westside Park.