A Birmingham student has died after falling from a building while working in Ibiza.
Rachel Turner, aged 22, fell from the second floor of a housing complex in San Antonio, the capital of the sunshine island. She suffered major injuries and was flown back to the UK and transferred to Edgbaston's Priory Hospital.
Doctors lost their fight to save her six days later. Yesterday her family, who live in Woodland Road, Northfield, paid tribute to the former King Edward VI High School for Girls pupil, as police continued to investigate her death.
Her heartbroken parents Leslie and Jane and her younger sister Sarah-Louise described her as a loving daughter and sister who was "loved by everybody who knew her". More than 300 of Rachel's friends revealed they were planning to hold a party in her memory, themed on her favourite colour, pink.
A message from Sarah-Louise on a tribute page of the networking website Facebook said: "Rach has gone to heaven. RIP princess Rachel, we all love you."
Rachel had been working in Ibiza delivering flyers since the beginning of July. She is under-stood to have fallen approximately 10 metres from the second floor of the residential Tanit building in San Antonio on Monday, October 1.
The exact circumstances of the fall are being investigated and an inquest will be held by Birmingham coroner Aidan Cotter in the New Year.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said: "We are undertaking inquiries on behalf of the Birmingham coroner.
"Results of the police inquiry will be presented to the coroner in the New Year. At this stage, the investigation remains inconclusive."
Rachel's funeral will be held at St Nicholas Church, Kings Norton, on Wednesday at 2pm. Her relatives have asked for family flowers only.
Donations in her memory can be made to Acorn's Children's Hospice and to St Mary's Hospice, via Morton & Sons funeral directors in Northfield.