By definition; Venture capital funds are investment funds that manage the money of investors who seek private equity stakes in startup and small- to medium-sized enterprises with strong growth potential. These investments are generally characterized as high-risk/high-return opportunities. Source: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/v/vcfund.asp
Honestly, securing a VC fund is closely related to your success in growing. We are talking about really hormonal growth, not a strong one. VC funds expect 100x growth in your revenues or customer base in the foreseeable future.
I am talking to many start-up founders lately and most of them are insanely focused on securing a VC fund but not how successful of their business model or customers. This is not the correct foot to start the journey.
Yes, there is a point on securing the VC funding, but you need to be sure that your product or service had a 100x growth potential when you acquired your VC funding. Otherwise, you will be worn down and dilute your own company fast.
In story short; focus on your business model, maintain strong growth. Funding will be your least concern when the customer money start to flow.