His store was damaged last May and it costs tens of thousands of dollars.
The violence prompted the City of Raleigh to set up a text alert system.
More than 800 people sign up for Raleigh's new text alert system
It was launched Monday and more than 800 people, who registered received notifications, got their first message Friday about demonstrations.
Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin has a message for folks planning to participate.
"What I've been encouraging is people to come and demonstrate in peace," said Baldwin. "Please don't do some of the things we saw last Sunday. That will lead to arrests."
Raleigh police declare 'unlawful assembly' of demonstrators downtown, make arrests
ABC11 reached out to the Raleigh Police Department about security measures.
A spokesperson said in a statement:
"The Raleigh Police Department does not release details regarding public security plans, operational plans, tactical strategies, or emergency action plans, as that information is not public record per NCGS 132-1.7. However, it can be said that Department personnel who are responsible for security and logistical planning consider and evaluate many factors, including events that have occurred elsewhere, as they make safety and staffing decisions. As is always the case, we ask anyone participating to notify any of our uniformed officers or call 911 if they see anyone or anything that appears suspicious."