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This is why you have a warranty. There could be any one of many things wrong.
But if the fuel pump sounds bad, it may a faulty pump from manufacturer.
If it fails again at any point, immediately take out your phone and record a video of it. Show the location of the key and the kill switch on left handlebar so they can't say you hit the kill switch, and record it not starting. If it just shut off, say in it your video. If you shut it off, and then it won't start, say that. Tell the truth of exactly what happened. If you can't hear the fuel pump running when cycling the key, try getting that in your video as well.
Have video evidence of the failure. Then hold the dealer accountable to fix it right, and do not accept "well it working now". And I do not mean that in a negative pretense. I am a mechanic, and I know the frustration that can come from something that is working fine when I am looking at it, but fails when I am not there to see it. Showing video of the failure can help tremendously in troubleshooting the fault.