This will take time, my preference is to rule out the relay and possibly the battery. So some questions while I gather more info:
#1 will the bike turn over using the start button and does it sound like it is turning over at about normal RPM= a good battery.
#2 Are the city lights on and tail light?
#3 Is the yellow engine light on continuous or is it off?
#4 How much fuel in the tank and is this your same gas station you purchase gas from *****thinking remotely bad gas, however that doesn't explain the pump sound
Answer those and I will post how to bypass the fuel pump relay, need to gather some photos
fuel pump socket
release from back side of socket, slide forward towards front of bike to release
So this gets confusing, the wire going to the fuel pump & male socket: Black with white tracer is negative **Black with yellow tracer is positive ** Red with black tracer the fuel level gauge Now pay attention
the female socket
Black with yellow tracer is negative and yes it connects to the Black white of the male plug also negative**The female socket positive is white with a red tracer connecting to the male black yellow and last the female socket white with black tracer is the level gauge connected to the male plug red black wire.
Several ways to do it, try bypassing the fuel pump relay, disconnect the male plug , you may need a second pair of hands and some 16 gauge wire, positive to the black with yellow tracer and negative to the black with white tracer, once started the fuel pump normally runs continuous, so having it run continuous is fine. what I have done in the past is had 16 gauge wire stripped 1/4 inch, lay on top of terminal and tape in place, this will take a bit of creativity . Try starting the bike, if it runs the next step would be to put the plug back together, I have used straight pins, inserted into the wire side of the socket, then used my meter with alligators to measure the voltage when running, this could be done first or last