NY accounted for the largest surge from three in 2019 to 28 in 2020, a 833 percent increase in anti-Asian hate crimes.
It says that number is "only a fraction of the number of hate incidents that actually occur".
The 65-year-old woman was walking in midtown Manhattan a few blocks from Times Square on Monday afternoon when a man approached her and kicked her in the stomach, knocking her to the ground, police said.
The video also shows there were men inside the building who watched the attack happen, but chose not to interfere and closed the door on the victim instead of coming to her aid.
The incident took place outside luxury apartment residences. The organization, which tracks incidents of discrimination, hate and xenophobia against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the US, said that number is "only a fraction of the number of hate incidents that actually occur". The man then proceeds to punch and kick her in the face repeatedly before he runs away.
The victim was reportedly hospitalized at the NYU Langone Medical Center with serious injuries. NY city police commissioner Dermot Shea said last week that targeting anyone "because of the color of their skin, the religion they worship, their sexual preference or anything else" would not be tolerated.
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She said very late last night she was notified of another case, who was the PA hospital nurse who worked in the COVID-19 ward. Ms Palaszczuk urged people not to panic buy and said supermarkets were well stocked.
"I don't know who attacks a 65-year-old woman and leaves her on the street like that", he said on TV station NY1.
By the end of the video, the attacker is seen putting the man in a chokehold until he drops to the ground unconscious.
The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force has shared the video on social media in hopes to get information that could lead to an arrest.
Mr Shea recently said the agency would increase its outreach and patrols in predominantly Asian communities.
NY and other USA cities have reported a spike in harassment and assault of Asians and Asian Americans. According to a report from Stop AAPI Hate, more than 3,795 incidents in the USA were reported to the organisation from March 19, 2020, to February 28, 2021.
The statement followed a deadly shooting in Atlanta on March 16 by a white male suspect, in which six of the eight murder victims were women of Asian descent. Rallies have been held in dozens of USA cities in recent weeks calling for an end to anti-Asian violence.