|Egypt has sought to assure Israel it is preventing Africans using their |
country as a transit to enter Israeli territory.
The body of Ayoub Kabaki, 25, was taken to Rafah hospital.
Security officials said he was shot when he failed to respond to calls to surrender while approaching the border.
Another 26 Africans were detained by security forces on Sunday morning and transferred to El-Arish prison. Security sources said the group told investigators they paid $1,000 to be smuggled into Israel.
Egypt has sought to assure Israel it is preventing Africans from using their country as a transit to enter Israeli territory via the porous Sinai border.
Israel has cracked down on Africans in the country, jailing and deporting communities from South Sudan and the Ivory Coast and pledging to do the same for people from Sudan and Eritrea.
A group of Africans camped out on Israel's border with Egypt for almost a week until Israel announced it would turn away 17 and admit three on Thursday.
Israel says most migrants are job-seekers and will upset the Jewish majority in Israel. Humanitarian organizations say the majority are refugees fleeing war-torn countries.
Some Israelis have been troubled that their country, founded by war refugees and immigrants, should be packing off foreigners en masse.