A protest for Chris Kaba, a 24-year-old Black man shot and killed by the Met Police, is to be held on Saturday.
Kaba, who was due to become a father, was shot by officers in south London after a police chase on Monday night. The Met has since confirmed no firearm was found at the scene of the shooting.
His death has sparked outrage and Kaba’s family has accused the Met of being “totally racist” and called for a murder investigation to be launched.
The march, organised by the family, will begin at midday in Parliament Square and continue to Scotland Yard.
“We want to be heard and seen. This case is not going to get brushed under the carpet,” a relative of Kaba told the Big Issue.
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