A shrine has been created to an "angel" and "child of Ivybridge", close to the spot where he was stabbed to death on an Isleworth estate.

Sahil Roy, 28, died from a stab wound to the throat on the Ivybridge estate on Sunday (April 10).

Dozens of bunches of flowers, candles and moving tributes now mark the spot in Summerwood Road, Isleworth, close to where he died.

One message describes him as a "great friend and godfather", and says: "Thank you for the memories. They were great. I'll tell you about when I see you again!X"

Another recalls how they used to "chill and have a few and crack jokes" together.

'You did not deserve to go like this'

"You were always humble and straight forward and did not deserve to go like this", adds the friend, who concludes "I am sure (you will) watch over us like the angel you were".

Among the flowers and candles lies an unopened can of Old Jamaica Pineapple Soda, presumably one of his favourite drinks.

One of the tributes at a shrine to Sahil Roy on the Ivybridge estate in Isleworth

Friends and family of Mr Roy had previously paid tribute on Facebook and Twitter, with one pal describing him as a "friendly giant" .

There were calls for better CCTV and more police on the estate at a community meeting held in the wake of his death.

A man appeared at the old Bailey on Friday (April 15) charged with his murder.

Police officers sealed off the area to investigate the day after the incident

Video thumbnail, Scene of Isleworth fatal stabbing
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