Neighbours of eight year old Imani Green from Balham have spoken of their sorrow following the girl's death.
She was shot dead in the town of Duncans in Jamaica on Friday night.
One friend of the family said: "This is a close-knit community, so this is going to hurt us."
Tributes have been paid to the eight year old girl from Balham who was shot dead in Jamaica while on holiday with her family.
Imani Green was killed in the town of Duncans on Friday night.
Neighbours said members of the girl's family left their home at Old Hospital Close for a flight to Jamaica early this morning to be with Imani's mother.
A man who answered the door at the three-storey property where the girl lived, declined to speak to the press today.
Imani Green, the eight year old girl shot dead in Jamaica has been described by her uncle Mitcham Brown as a "quiet, lovely, friendly girl" who had only just begun to grow in confidence.
Mr Brown explained how Imani had sickle cell anaemia as well as a hole in her heart.
He said she would travel to Jamaica every winter with her family because the warm weather helped with her condition.
An eight-year-old girl from Balham has been shot dead on holiday in Jamaica.
She's been named as Imani Green who was killed in the town of Duncans on Friday night.
She is understood to have died after being shot twice, including once in the head, in what may have been a revenge attack.
The case was adjourned until next Friday at 10am.
Ashley Gill-Webb was granted bail providing he stays at his own home address, or at hospital, except on the night before the trial continues.
Prosecutor Neil King told the court Ashley Gill-Webb threw a bottle in the hushed stadium just as the race was about to get under way:
Opening the case at Stratford Magistrates' Court in east London today, prosecutor Neil King told the court the Games had reached a highlight with the men's 100m final:
Gill-Webb denies using threatening words or behaviour, with intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
He also denies an alternative charge of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress.
A man screamed abuse at Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt before hurling a bottle at the start line of the men's Olympic 100m final, a court heard today.
Ashley Gill-Webb, 34, pushed his way to the front of an exclusive seating area without a ticket and shouted things like: "Usain I want you to lose, Usain you are bad, you are an *," the court was told.
He then threw the beer bottle as the race - which Bolt went on to win in 9.63 seconds - started at the Olympic Stadium on August 5.
Gill-Webb, from South Milford, near Leeds, was confronted by Dutch judoka Edith Bosch, and then restrained by Locog volunteers and arrested by police, the court heard.