Stabbed Jamar Walker's family ask people not to judge
The family of a 15-year-old boy who died after being stabbed in a street "fracas" have asked people not to judge why he was out late at night.
Jamar Walker was found stabbed in his upper leg at about 02:20 GMT on Sunday in Smethwick, West Midlands, and died later in hospital.
He had recently moved from Lewisham, London, to Handsworth in Birmingham.
His family said he was a "typical teenage boy, mischievous and full of fun but very loving".
In a statement, they said his loss had devastated them all.
"We would ask people not to judge why Jamar was out late at night. No-one deserves to have their life taken from them, especially at such an early age."
Jamar was found in Raglan Road in Smethwick, a 17-year-old boy was also treated for a stab wound to his back.