A Birmingham MP has has said he hopes that Keanu Williams 'did not die in vain'.
"As a city I believe we must know now where the buck will stop, not just in the City Council, but in our city’s National Health Service, which saw a badly injured little boy.
"As a city, we must resolve today that this poor little boy did not die in vain.
"We must change and change now."
Following the conviction of Amanda Hutton, questions are raised over two little boys killed by those who were supposed to care for them.
There are 1,400 children deemed to be at risk who are not safe in Birmingham, the head of children's services admitted.
More than 10 social workers and health workers have been sacked or resigned over the death of a two-year-old who was killed by his mother.