In this article we study the limiting empirical measure of zeros of higher derivatives for sequences of random polynomials. We show that these measures agree with the limiting empirical measure of zeros of corresponding random polynomials. Various models of random polynomials are considered by introducing randomness through multiplying a factor with a random zero or removing a zero at random for a given sequence of deterministic polynomials. We also obtain similar results for random polynomials whose zeros are given by i.i.d. random variables. As an application, we show that these phenomenon appear for random polynomials whose zeros are given by the 2D Coulomb gas density.