Detectives have named a man who bled to death after suffering a neck injury at a house near Walsall which was being renovated.
West Midlands Police said officers were still treating the death of Mahinder Singh Virk as suspicious.
The 30-year-old, who was from India, was pronounced dead on Saturday, March 3, after the ambulance service was called to a property in Beacon Road, New Invention.
A post-mortem examination established that the victim, from Kapurthala in the Punjab, died as a result of blood loss from the injury he sustained.
A total of five men have been arrested and bailed as part of inquiries into the death.
Detective Inspector Gary Plant, who is leading the inquiry, said: "This is a complex investigation and we are working hard to unravel the facts surrounding Mahinder's death and how he came by the injury which proved fatal.
"For this reason, we continue to urge anyone with information to contact us.
"As Mahinder was from India, we are particularly keen to hear from members of the community who associated with him so that we can understand more about the man's lifestyle."
West Midlands Police has been working with the Indian consulate in recent days to identify Mr Singh Virk and trace his next-of-kin.
Mr Plant added: "Mahinder was living in the property while carrying out renovations.
"Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Mahinder Singh Virk during this difficult time."