On Sunday his mother said she was notified that Trevor was being discharged from the hospital just two days after he was taken out of the Intensive Care Unit.
She also said he was not only still in a coma, but suffering from complications like pneumonia and possibly meningitis, and she said it was much too soon to move him.
After meeting with hospital officials, the family says Trevor will stay at UAMS for the next few weeks until those medical issues are resolved.
The man who hit Trevor, Nathan Ray, is free after posting bond on aggravated assault and leaving the scene charges.
According to police he had a suspended license when the accident happened.