Police have no motive for the shooting, and no arrests have been made. Buckner said they have not identified any suspects and police are still interviewing witnesses and victims.
College student Khalid Stewart said he was visiting the club when the shooting took place.
"It was during the performance and very unexpected," he said in a Twitter message to CNN. "After the first few shots everybody was laying down. It was more than just a few shots too...it had to be at least be 50 shots and I'm not exaggerating."
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives will be assisting the Little Rock police with an investigation into the shooting, officials said.
Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola said Saturday the city plans to shut down the Power Ultra Lounge.
"This activity downtown is going to cease," he said. "We're going to be extra-vigilant."
The club has two levels, with a restaurant on the first and a lounge on the second, according to a description on its Facebook page.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson issued a statement following the shooting, expressing sympathy for the victims and vowing action.
"Little Rock's crime problem appears to be intensifying. Every few days it seems a high-profile shooting dominates the news, culminating with this morning's event," Hutchinson said in a statement.
"We are still gathering facts, but it is clear that we need to have a comprehensive enforcement strategy in place that helps take the violent threats off the streets."
Stewart said it was chaotic inside the club because people didn't know where the shots were coming from.
"People didn't know whether to run or stay down cause you couldn't see where he was. You could just hear the gun shots. As soon as you saw people trying to run you see them run right back in," he wrote.
"It was crazy."