Two brothers who killed a thief after he broke into a family car have each been jailed for two years.
Osman Jabber (23) and Saqib Jabber (20) had previously been found guilty of the manslaughter of 34-year-old Tariq Rashid.
Three other members of their family, Saiqa Ajaib (27), Intkhab Alam (36) and Abdul Jabba (52) were sent to prison for nine months.
They, along with the Jabbers, had previously been convicted of perverting the course of justice. Jabba was ordered to pay £10,000 costs.
Sentencing them at Birmingham Crown Court, Judge John Saunders QC said the circumstances surrounding the death of Mr Rashid remained uncertain and that it was an unusual case.
He said Mr Rashid, a married man, from Saltley, who was a drug addict, broke into a BMW parked near to an address in Alum Rock Road, in August 2004 where the defendants had been mourning Abdul Jabba's wife.
The court heard the family spotted Mr Rashid on CCTV and that the Jabber brothers, both university students, along with others went down and gave the victim a beating.
Judge Saunders said Mr Rashid, who died later the same day, suffered a fractured skull and an injury to the brain consistent with him being thrown to the ground while unable to protect himself. He said he accepted the family had been affected by grief and that they had been entitled to use reasonable force but they had gone beyond that.
Afterwards, he said, the family had set about covering up what had happened, driving the BMW away from the scene and repairing the car window which had been broken by Mr Rashid.
He said they had also tried to pretend the Jabber brothers had left the area before Mr Rashid received his injuries.