The 12-year-old girl was attacked with a knife, following a "verbal argument", on the evening of 25 November. She was taken to Alder Hey Hospital, but died shortly after.
In her memory, Everton and Liverpool fans joined in a round of applause in the 12th minute of the Merseyside Derby at Goodison Park on Wednesday night.
A banner featuring both club's badges and anti-knives message 'no more knives in our city' was also displayed from the stands during the game.
After the match, Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold wore a t-shirt with Ava's name on while celebrating their 4-1 win.
A teenage boy, aged 14, has been charged with Ava White's murder and is expected to stand trial next May.