SEATTLE — A Sikh man who says a man shot him in the arm and told him to go back to his country is recovering from his wound at home in suburban Seattle and is encouraged by an outpouring of support, community leaders said Monday.

Hira Singh said he has talked to the 39-year-old Indian man and his family by telephone and they are “getting back to normal.”

The victim is shaken up and concerned about the safety of his family, but “he felt really, really blessed that he has survived with very little suffering and that he’s received an enormous amount of support,” said Jasmit Singh, another community leader.

Police in the city of Kent are investigating the Friday night shooting as a hate crime and the FBI has joined the investigation.

No arrests have been made so far, police Cmdr. Jarod Kasner said.

The shooting has rattled members of the Sikh community, which numbers about 50,000 in Washington state.

At the Sikh temple in nearby Renton, where the victim has worshipped for about a decade, leaders told their faithful to “keep calm and pray,” said Harminder Singh, president of Gurudwara Singh Sabha of Washington.