CBS News

Published: May 07, 2013 11:25 PM EDT

BOSTON (AP) - The administrator of a fund created to help Boston Marathon bombing victims has a blunt message for them: Lower your expectations.
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg said at a public meeting Tuesday that the $28 million One Fund Boston won't pay out nearly enough to fully compensate the families of the three killed or the more than 260 injured, and may not pay much of anything to those with less serious injuries.
"There isn't enough money to pay everybody who justifiably expects it or needs it," he said.
As victims grappled with the effects of the bombing, there was no resolution about where to bury one of the two suspects in the attack.
Worcester funeral home director Peter Stefan says more than 100 people in the U.S. and Canada have offered burial plots for the body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, killed in a shootout with police, but officials in the cities and towns where they're located have said no.