The property owner cited ongoing destruction and violence.
Investigators claim Smith showed a weapon before sheriff's deputies fatally shot him.
Two weeks after his shooting, the circumstances remain murky.
Mayor Jacob Frey asked Gov. Tim Walz for National Guard support Wednesday.
Prosecutors say it was "an extreme and violent intentional act."
"We can't have a major commercial corridor like this shut down," the mayor said.
She was among the protestors Sunday night when a motorist drove through the crowd.
Three people were injured.
Attorneys representing the passenger who was in the car with Smith claim he didn't have a gun.
Anyone who may have video of the shooting is urged to contact the BCA.
"We are demanding transparency, accountability, and integrity," said CAIR-MN's executive director.
The BCA said task force officers involved in the shooting death of Winston Smith in Minneapolis were not allowed to wear body cameras.
The 32-year-old died of multiple gunshot wounds.
Official confirmation of the man's identity has not yet been released.