The male deputy, Patrick Rohrer, was also shot and died at the hospital Friday.
He held a moment of silence for the deputies after he finished his speech at the event.
Fielder was shot during the incident and underwent surgery but his condition has not been released.
Rohrer had been with the department for seven years and had moved to the court transport division in January.
Two Wyandotte County sheriff's deputies who were mortally wounded Friday while transporting an inmate were hailed Saturday as heroes who sacrificed their lives in service to public safety. The individual was in stable condition Saturday, according to Kansas City police Chief Terry Zeigler. Investigators said the inmate may have grabbed a weapon from one of the deputies during a struggle late Friday morning.
Rohrer, 35, was with the Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office for 17 years and King, 44, was a 14-year veteran.
The two Wyandotte County Deputies were shot on Friday at 11:15 a.m.as they were moving detainees from the jail to court hearings.
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Bailiff said the incident occurred in a "caged" area outside a courthouse and there was no danger to the community.
"These were two bright and intelligent, wonderful personalities", Bailiff said of her fallen colleagues. "They came to work every day with a smile, willing to help out, willing to do anything".
Wyandotte County sheriff's spokeswoman Maj. He also is facing charges in the first-degree murder of a 55-year-old woman on December 26, 2017, in Kansas City, Mo. The other inmate was not injured in the shooting.
Bailiff said the investigation was now being handled by the police department in Kansas City. Melton was part of the police honor guard for Det. Brad Lancaster, 39, was shot and killed on the job on May 9, 2016.
In 2015, Wyandotte County Deputy Scott Wood was shot seven times but survived.
"It seems like Wyandotte County has really been hit hard recently", Bailiff told reporters. You know, you're at one of the safest places where you can be.