A police inquiry has still failed to find any evidence to substantiate an allegation of rape which sparked rioting in Birmingham.
A statement released by West Midlands Police said officers had uncovered no evidence "to either confirm or deny the allegation" or to identify the 14-year-old girl said to have been attacked.
The wide-ranging statement said the force and its partner organisations were continuing to actively engage community representatives to provide reassurance and address community issues arising out of the rumours of an attack.
Police stressed the importance of communities working together to prevent a repeat of the "tragic events" of the weekend.
The news came as it was announced that a peace vigil is to be staged by women and children today in Lozells.
The demonstration, called United in Grief - United for Peace - We are ONE community, is designed to show that the large majority of the Lozells community is peaceful and cohesive.
It will also commemorate the two men who lost their lives as a result of the weekend's violence.
Alliya Stennett, from the Respect Party which is supporting the vigil, said women of all backgrounds were expected to attend.
"We want to promote Lozells as a peaceful place," she said. "The majority of people are not against each other. The fighting is not representative of the community at large."
The vigil is due to start at 2pm at the junction of Heathfield Road and Lozells Road.
The mother of the man stabbed to death during Saturday's violence yesterday added her voice to the pleas for peace. Murna McLean, the mother of 23-year-old Isiah Young-Sam, urged people not to take any action in his name.
She said: "Isiah was a peace-loving man and he would not have wanted any part of this.
"All we want is peace. We don't want any other family to suffer the agony and the loss we are feeling.
"We don't want anyone using this as a stepping stone for their own individual gain."
Meanwhile, two men were released yesterday by officers investigating the murder of a teenager who was shot in the head near the scene of the rioting. The victim, 18-yearold Aaron James from Newtown, was killed at about
12.40am on Monday in Newtown, less than a mile from Lozells.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said two local men, aged 19 and 24, had been freed without charge.
Officers have so far declined to speculate on whether the death was linked to Saturday's violence, which left more than 30 people in hospital.
At the centre of the mayhem were unsubstantiated rumours about the rape of a 14-year-old black girl by a group of Asian men.
A national website apologised yesterday after inflammatory comments appeared on its forum urging retaliation by the black community.
Blacknet UK said it was "absolutely disgusting" for some of its contributors to call for Asian shops to be burned and for retribution against Asian girls for the rape, but said they were not the website's views.
"Unfortunately we only have a small number of moderators and it is difficult to keep an eye on all the entries," said owner Karl Wilson.
The website had been criticised that it, along with a pirate radio station, had contributed to a rise in tensions in Lozells.
In an editorial comment it hit back, saying the mainstream media were always looking to point the finger of blame at the black community.
"Misrepresentation of any black involvement is always set as high priority on their agendas; in their eyes, we are never the victims but always the perpetrators," it said in a comment piece.