Barry Myran-Tizzard, 41, was shot in this home on Long Plain First Nation. He succumbed to his injuries on Feb. 11. (CBC)

A 41-year-old Winnipeg man has died after being shot on the Long Plain First Nation earlier this month.

Barry Myran-Tizzard died in hospital on Monday, according to RCMP.

He was shot on Feb. 2 at 1:30 a.m. CT in a home on the First Nation. He was rushed to hospital in critical condition.

Two 15-year-old boys have since been charged in the shooting.

Both teens have been charged with attempted murder. RCMP told CBC News they are looking into whether the charges would be upgraded in light of Myran-Tizzard's death.

Cpl. Miles Hiebert said police are consulting with Crown attorneys.

Myran-Tizzard was in the community that evening visiting his father.

His cousin, Sheila Yellowquill, said she found him unconscious on the floor of the home, with a head injury.

She said four teens came to the home and asked to be let in because it was cold outside. When they were asked to leave, Myran-Tizzard was shot.

The RCMP major crimes unit continues to investigate.