A 9-year-old boy who was stabbed in a downtown Los Angeles Target store last month has been released from the hospital just in time to celebrate Christmas with his family at home.

Los Angeles Police Department Capt. E. Morales tweeted that Brayden Medina was able to walk out of the hospital on Friday and will be home before Santa stops by his home.

“Holiday Wishes come true,” Morales added.

Medina was stabbed in his back left shoulder with a long-bladed butcher-style knife by a homeless man, police said. The motive for the Nov. 15 attack near 7th and Figueroa streets is still unknown.

The assailant, who also stabbed a 25-year-old woman, was fatally shot after he reportedly lunged at a security guard in the store.

Medina is undergoing physical therapy to help him recover, according to a GoFundMe posted by his family.