The French flag will fly at half-mast above Leicester Town Hall to mark a week since the start of the terrorist attacks in Paris.
Seventeen people were killed in the attacks, including twelve at the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
A book of condolence has been opened at Leicester City Council in memory of those who died.
A gathering will be held at Leicester's Clock Tower this afternoon to remember victims of terrorist attacks in France earlier this week.
17 people died in two separate attacks, on the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, and a Jewish supermarket.
"We must stand for our right to free expression or we will lose that right."
The gathering will begin at two o'clock - an hour after the start of a march in Paris in which up to a million people are expected to take part, and which will be attended by Prime Minister David Cameron and many other world leaders.
The French community in Birmingham are holding a march in the city to coincide with a march in their native country.
It is to show support to France and its citizens following the Paris shootings.
It will take place at around 2pm from the Library of Birmingham, before the march heads towards Victoria Square and New Street.
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French citizens living in the Midlands have joined their countrymen across the Channel in a silent vigil to remember the victims of the terrorist shootings in Paris.
Twelve people were killed in the attack by Islamist gunmen in the French capital yesterday.
Lincolnshire Police were among the forces across the Midlands that held a minute's silence earlier in memory of those killed in the Paris shootings.
There will be a silent vigil in support of #JeSuisCharlie this evening at 8pm at Nottingham's Speakers Corner, by the Brian Clough Statue.
Police forces across the Midlands have been paying their respects to the victims of yesterday's shootings in Paris.
Officers and staff from across the force are holding a two minute silence to remember those killed in Paris yesterday. #PoliceTributeToParis
We will engage in a minute’s silence at 10.30 this morning in memory of those who lost their lives in Paris yesterday. #PoliceTributeToParis
Twelve people died in the shootings at the headquarters of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Eleven more people were injured.
A two-minute silence was held by Northamptonshire Police at 10.30am today in memory of those killed in Paris. http://t.co/DKJyBU96Ne
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