The pregnant wife of a man killed following violence in a Birmingham street has issued a heartfelt appeal to the public to help bring his killers to justice.
Nadra Hussain, from Small Heath, made her plea yesterday following the death of husband Abed, aged 30, in the early hours of Wednesday December 20.
Mr Hussain suffered serious head injuries in a disturbance in Oldknow Road, Small Heath, just before 1am. He was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital.
Mrs Hussein is pregnant with her fourth child and said she could not come to terms with the fact her unborn child would never see his or her father.
In a statement released by West Midlands Police, she said: "I am the wife of Abed Hussain.
"My husband was killed in the early hours of 20th December 2006.
"I have three young children who no longer have a dad and I am expecting Abed's fourth child.
"I can't come to terms with the fact he will never see his children again or his new baby, ever.
"My husband was a good man and I am asking members of the public and local community if they saw or heard anything that night to please get in touch with the police and tell them anything you know."
Earlier this week a 22-year-old man was charged with assisting an offender in connection with the death of Abed Hussain.
Two other men, aged 20 and 21, have already been charged with murder in connection with the investigation and appeared before Birmingham Magistrates on Saturday.