British National Party leader Nick Griffin has been among those paying their respects to murdered soldier - a move criticised as "provocative" by an anti-racist organisation.
Akbar Khan, chairman of Building Bridges, said:
It is a provocative action by Nick Griffin to go to the place where this young soldier was murdered. All Muslims have come out and condemned this act of violence.
Given the serene and sad atmosphere prevailing in the country, because of this person's death, he is being very cynical and exploiting the raw nerves for his benefit, and we say it is just and fair that there should be no politics over dead bodies.
Whoever is involved in this kind of activity needs to look very carefully at what that person is doing.
We need to be calm and deal with it in a mature and responsible manner.
The family of Drummer Lee Rigby, killed in the Woolwich attack, paid an emotional tribute as they went to visit the scene of his murder.
The family of murdered soldier Lee Rigby paid tribute to him on Friday as detectives continued an investigation into his killing.
The family of the soldier killed in Woolwich paid tribute to "a loving son, husband, father, brother and uncle" as police made new arrests.