18-year-old Kimberly Proctor was sexually assaulted, tortured and brutally murdered in March 2010
Her burned remains were found under a Langford bridge.
Her killers, 16-year-old Kruse Wellwood and 17-year-old Cameron Moffat, were treated as adults and sentenced to life in prison.
But they will be eligible for parole after eight years, not the 25 years of a true adult life sentence.
Proctor’s family has been fighting to change the legislation in the province.
Kimberly’s Law would name young offenders who plead guilty to murder, demand greater parental responsibility and mandatory counseling for violent youth.
A petition was presented in the legislature two years ago, but no changes to the legislation have been made.