At 6 p.m. Sunday, it will be replaced by a Memorial Banner.
A Yucaipa resident and soldier assigned to the U.S. Army's 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, Davis, 20, died Saturday in Afghanistan.
According to the Department of Defense, the paratrooper was killed when his convoy struck a roadside bomb during combat operations in the city of Tore Obeh, where the mine-resistant vehicle he was driving was attacked by enemy forces.
Three other soldiers were wounded in the incident.
A 2010 graduate of Green Valley High School in Yucaipa, Davis was the youngest of three boys and son to Kirk and Desiree Davis.
Tyler Davis was a lifelong resident of Yucaipa and joined the U.S. Army immediately after graduation.
Davis' brigade deployed to Afghanistan in December. He is the sixth member of the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson-based "Spartan" brigade to die in combat since the 3,500-member brigade deployed in late 2011.
The paratrooper graduated from basic training in Fort Benning, Ga., before arriving in Alaska in February 2011.
He was on his first deployment.
According to Jill Castanon, coordinator of Yucaipa's Hometown Heroes Military Banner Program, Tyler Davis is the first Yucaipa soldier lost since Vietnam.
"We want to give Tyler the honor and recognition he deserves," Castanon said.
Tyler Davis' Hometown Hero Military Banner at Fifth and Wildwood Canyon in Yucaipa will be replaced with a Memorial Banner in a service at 6 p.m. Sunday.
The entire community is invited to attend the memorial for Tyler Davis.