A 20-year-old man died following a fight at a motorway service station after reportedly being hit by a shovel.
Police were called to a fight between two groups of people on the petrol station forecourt at Cobham services on Monday afternoon.
The victim, named locally as Quhey Saunders, was flown by air ambulance to St George's Hospital, London, where he died on Wednesday.
Tributes have been paid to Mr Saunders, from Stanford-le-Hope, Essex, according to his Facebook profile.
Retired soldier Rafael Francis, 53, told the Evening Standard how he attempted to save the life of Mr Saunders after he was struck by a shovel.
Police are looking for two men who left in a white van which was later found abandoned in Chessington.