A programme, organised by the Naz Legacy Foundation, will be launched at the National Portrait Gallery today offering children from deprived and minority communities the chance to visit a gallery or museum for the first time.
The Naz Legacy Foundation was set up three years ago after Mr Bokhari died.
Art experts think they have uncovered one of the first ever portraits of a pet guinea pig.
A 16th century oil painting showing the animal being cradled between three children will go on show at a new exhibition later this year.
The portrait, believed to have been painted around 1580 by an unknown artist, shows three young children holding the animal which had recently been introduced into Europe from South America by Spanish merchants.
It will form part of an exhibition, called Elizabeth I And Her People, which opens at the National Portrait Gallery in central London in October.
Among the athletes at the National Portrait Gallery was Alexandra Rickham who will be competing for ParalympicsGB in the sailing. She spoke to the Duchess of Cambridge about a picture of her in the exhibition which was taken by the photographers Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low.
The Duchess of Cambridge was shown round a photographic exhibition of people linked to the Olympics and Paralympics at the National Portrait Gallery this morning. Road To 2012: Aiming High includes pictures of athletes and those working behind the scenes.
Formal paintings, portraits and press images of the Queen will go on public display in London, to mark her Diamond Jubilee.
One of the greatest royal portraits of the twentieth century, Pietro Annigonis 1954-5 painting of The Queen will be shown at the National Portrait Gallery from tomorrow.
It will be shown on the same wall as the artists second celebrated full-length portrait of The Queen commissioned by the Gallery in 1969. It will be the first time the two portraits will have been seen together for over a quarter of a century - and only the second time ever.