A vigil is being held on Sunday ten years after the death of a man who had been stopped by police in south London.
Brian Douglas was rushed to hospital with massive head injuries
Brian Douglas died in 1995 after his skull was fractured when he was hit with a baton during an arrest by two officers in Clapham.
Police told an inquest they were acting in self-defence and a verdict of misadventure was recorded.
His family have organised the vigil which will be held outside Kennington Police Station from 1300 BST.
Following the three-week inquiry into Mr Douglas' death his friends and family launched the Justice for Brian Douglas campaign.
A family spokesman said the vigil had been organised to show "that he will not be forgotten and that the fight for justice continues".
Mr Douglas, a 34-year-old music promoter from Balham, south London, died after being rushed to hospital with massive head injuries.
A pathologist said the blow inflicted was the equivalent of him falling 11 times his own height onto his head.