- People will march tonight to remember homeless man Kane Walker who died on the streets during freezing temperatures
- An emotional video filmed before he died went viral
- It showed him sobbing and telling charity workers 'I'm done. I can't do it no more'
A march will take place tonight to remember homeless man Kane Walker.
People will march through Birmingham city centre calling for more to be done to help people sleeping rough.
31-year-old Kane Walker was found dead near Birmingham's Bullring shopping centre last month where tributes were laid.
In upsetting scenes recorded last summer, the 31-year-old sobbed as he told outreach workers he "could no longer live like this" in a video which went viral after his death, shared by people who wanted to raise awareness of the plight of rough sleepers.
Video from Colin Rankine, Active Christians.
Government figures show that in 2018, there were 420 people sleeping rough across the West Midlands.
That's a rise from 2017 where there were 225.
Birmingham city council say the number of homeless people in the city is representative of the national picture, and that it is working hard to address the underlying issues which cause homelessness.