A concert will be held in Wednesbury later in memory of Joel Richards, who was killed in the Tunisia terror attack in June.
He died alongside his uncle, Adrian Evans, and grandfather, Patrick Evans, when a gunman opened fire in the resort of Sousse.
The 21-year-old football referee was a student at the University of Worcester.
Proceeds of the event, held at Wednesbury town hall, will go to a brain tumour society.
Walsall FC fans are continuing to leave tributes outside the club to three Walsall supporters killed in the Tunisian beach resort attack.
19-year-old Joel Richards from Wednesbury was killed in the attack, along with his grandfather Patrick Evans and his uncle Adrian Evans. All three men were supporters of Walsall FC.
A 78-year-old grandfather from Wednesday is feared to have died in Friday's terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Patrick Evans was on holiday with relatives.
His grandson, 19-year-old University of Worcester student Joel Richards, has been named as one of the British victims to have been killed.
Joel's uncle, Sandwell Council worker Adrian Evans, also died.
Detectives investigating a serious sexual assault in Wednesbury have issued an e-fit of a man they want to speak to.
A 26-year-old woman was attacked as she cut through the alley linking Redhouse Avenue and Pound Road, just after 9pm on Monday 9 March.
A specially-trained police artist has worked with the victim to produce an e-fit of the suspect.
He is described as white, in his late 30s or early 40s, around 6ft tall, slim, wearing a brown leather jacket with a pale stripe, black shoes and dark coloured jeans. He is believed to be Eastern European - possibly Polish.
The victim told police he smelt of alcohol and cigarettes.
Detectives stepped up patrols in the area after the attack to reassure local women.
Officers are continuing to examine CCTV footage and forensic material and are now appealing for witnesses to come forward.
They particularly want to speak to anyone who saw anything in the area that night, no matter how insignificant.
One lane closed and slow traffic due to multi-vehicle accident on M6 Northbound at J10 A454 / B4464 (Wolverhampton / Walsall), congestion to J9 A461 (Wednesbury).
A cyclist has died after a crash with a car in Wednesbury last night.
Paramedics were called to Walsall Road in Friars Park just after 7.30pm.
Despite the best efforts of ambulance crews, the cyclist was confirmed dead at the scene.
One lane closed and very slow traffic due to broken down vehicle on M6 Southbound between J10 A454 / B4464 (Wolverhampton / Walsall) and J9 A461 (Wednesbury), congestion to J11 A460 / A462 (Cannock). In the roadworks area.
The leader of Sandwell Council has released a statement after a man had to be taken to hospital when a firework went into the crowd at a display in Wednesbury.
He suffered an "ear injury" and two others were treated by paramedics at Brunswick park.
A man has been taken to hospital with an "ear injury" and two others have been injured after a firework went into the crowd at a display in Brunswick Park in Wednesbury.