LIVONIA, Mich. -

John Bieniewicz A woman who witnessed an attack on a referee at a Detroit-soccer match says on a 911 call that the assailant ran to a car before "peeling out."

Livonia police released the emergency call that was placed Sunday from the site of a game at Mies Park.

“I need the police here right away. We have someone who just assaulted a referee. I’m at a soccer game and right now they are running to their car," the woman tells the dispatcher. "Oh, God. They’re peeling out. They have a huge Brazil flag ... it’s a black Jeep Wrangler."

Listen: 911 call from Livonia soccer game

She also says the man punched the referee with his fist and CPR is being performed on the referee, who is not breathing.

“We also need an ambulance. The referee is knocked out. He’s not waking up.”

She says the man punched the referee with his fist, then took off in a Jeep with "a huge Brazil flag" on it.

The referee,John Bieniewicz, died Tuesday.

Brother of killed soccer referee opens up

TO WORK FOR THE WATER DEPARTMENT TARGETING A NUMBER OF COMMUNITIES. HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF. Carmen: HEARTBROKEN BROTHER! EVERYONE LOVED JOHN WITH EVERY OUNCE OF THEIR BEING. Carmen: EMOTIONAL OVER THE SENSELESS LOSS OF HIS SIBLING AFTER A SENSELESS ATTACK ON THE FIELD. AND HOW MUCH HE MEANT TO HIS FAMILY. IT TOPS OUR NEWS AT 6:00. HE WAS MORE THAN A REFEREE. HE WAS A HUSBAND, A FATHER, AND A BELOVED BROTHER. Devin: THE MAN ACCUSED OF THROWING THE FATAL PUNCH REMAINS IN THE WAYNE COUNTY JAIL CHARGED WITH ASSAULT. BASEEL ABDUL-AMIR SAAD WILL LIKELY SEE THE CHARGES UPGRADED SOON. Carmen: BIENIEWICZ'S BROTHER IS TALKING ABOUT HOW MUCH HE'LL BE MISSED. ROGER HAS THE EMOTIONAL INTERVIEW. Roger: HE DIED HERE AT RECEIVING HOSPITAL. HIS BROTHER JIM STRUGGLES TO TALK ABOUT THIS BUT FEELS HE SHOULD BECAUSE HE WANTS EVERYONE TO REMEMBER THIS REMARKABLE MAN AND THE LESSON BEHIND HIS DEATH. WE'RE ALL SO HOLLOW, AND THERE'S A PIECE OF US NOW MISSING THAT CAN'T COME BACK. Roger: JIM BIENIEWICZ SAID HIS BROTHER WAS THE DEFINITION OF A FAMILY MAN. HE REFEREED SOCCER BECAUSE HE LOVED IT AND THE SMALL PAYMENTS HELPED PROVIDE FOR HIS WIFE AND SONS. IT WAS CLOCK WORK HOW HE WOULD SEND UPDATES ON HIS KIDS. HE WAS SO PROUD OF THEM. Roger: ON SUNDAY, THE BOYS WERE AT THEIR GRANDPARENTS' HOME IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN. JOHN HAD TO WORK SO HE AND KRISTEN WERE TO ARRIVE LATER. ABOUT 2:00, THE PHONE RANG. JOHN'S WIFE IS -- IT SOUNDED LIKE SHE HAD RUN UP A HUNDRED FLIGHT OF STAIRS. SHE COULDN'T GET THE WORDS OUT. Roger: SHE SAID HER HUSBAND HAD BEEN ASSAULTED. THE BOYS BEING JUST 9 AND 13, NOT KNOWING WHAT'S HAPPENING SAID DAD IS HURT AND WE'LL SEE HIM WHEN HE GETS BETTER. Roger: JIM AND HIS PARENTS IMMEDIATELY DROVE TO RECEIVING HOSPITAL WHERE TESTS CONFIRMED A SEVERE BRAIN INJURY. THE BOYS CAME THE NEXT DAY. THE PASTOR WAS AT THE ELEVATOR AND 15 MINUTES LATER, THE BOYS COME INTO THE ROOM WHERE JOHN IS TO SEE THEIR DAD. Roger: HE DIED MONDAY MORNING. HIS TIME, HIS 44 YEARS WITH US, WE'RE ALL BETTER BECAUSE HE WAS HERE WITH US. Roger: HE WAS A DIALYSIS TECHNICIAN AND WITNESSED TRAGEDY AND GRIEF AND MADE HIS HOME A SWEETER PLACE. SHE KNEW WHEN JOHN HAD A ROUGH DAY. HE WOULD OPEN THE DOOR AND GRAB AT HIS BOYS AND HOLD 'EM. Roger: NOW A FAMILY IS SHATTERED ALL BECAUSE A PLAYER REACTED VIOLENTLY TO THE WAY JOHN WAS CALLING A SOCCER GAME. I CAN'T WRAP MY HEAD AROUND -- I CAN'T WRAP MY HEAD AROUND IT. IT'S SO CONFUSING TO ME WHY THIS HAPPENED. IT'S SOMETHING PEOPLE DO FOR FUN. AND NOW MY BROTHER AND A HUSBAND, A FATHER, A SON, IS GONE FOR NOTHING. Roger: JIM SAYS OF HIS TWO NEPHEWS, THOSE BOYS ARE MY BOYS, MY SER'S BOYS, MY PARENTS' BOYS AND THEY HAVE THE WORLD SUPPORTING THEM NOW. JOHN IS AN ORGAN DONOR AND NOW WILL GIVE OTHERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND THEIR LIVES. Devin: IT'S A GUT-WRENCHING STORY. WE TOLD YESTERDAY ABOUT A MEMORIAL FUND. ANY FURTHER WORD ON THAT? Roger: YES, AND WE HAVE A LINK AT CLICKONDETROIT.COM. THAT SITE HAS RAISED $57,000 ALREADY. JIM FINDS THIS INCREDIBLE AND OVERWHELMING. Carmen: SO MANY FAMILIES IN

More than $30,000 has been raised for Bieniewicz's family through an online fund.

A 36-year-old Dearborn man is charged in the attack.

Bassel Saad
Bassel Abdul-Amir Saad was arraigned Monday. His bond was set at $500,000. His preliminary examination is scheduled for July 10.