Jalan Woods-Bell, 15, was stabbed on his method to college in Hayes on Friday.
One other 15-year-old boy, who can’t be named for authorized causes, has appeared in courtroom charged along with his homicide.
Officers have been referred to as to stories of a battle on Blyth Street, near World Academy – a inventive faculty for college kids aged 14-19 – simply earlier than 8.35am on Friday.
Jalan was discovered with stab accidents and died on the scene.
John Jackson, a relative of Jalan’s household, instructed the Sunday Instances: “We’ve got a pandemic of violence that’s not being handled like a pandemic.
“So long as it stays in inside cities and concrete areas then it’s not being seen as an issue that must be tackled. There’s a feeling the victims usually are not really being seen as victims however have carried out one thing to deserve it.
“Except we do one thing there are lots of harmless folks being caught up in it and their tales aren’t being instructed.”
The Met mentioned a autopsy examination is because of happen on Sunday.
The charged teenager appeared at Willesden Magistrates’ Courtroom on Saturday and an replace on his subsequent courtroom look is anticipated sooner or later.
Detectives from the Specialist Crime Command proceed to analyze the incident.
Tia Rek-Williams, 21, a trainer who lives close by, mentioned the killing had been “traumatising” as six folks tried to assist the boy whereas neighbours got here out of their homes.
She added: “It occurred in broad daylight, a 15-year-old boy, there are such a lot of cameras.
“It simply exhibits you nothing can cease these folks doing these items. This occurred actually in the midst of the road, not down a again alley, in entrance of individuals’s homes. It’s simply terrible.”
Anybody who witnessed the incident or has any info is requested to name police on 101, quoting reference Cad 1681/11Jun, or to contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.