Two men from Leicester have been charged with the murder of Anand Parmar, 47, who was found with serious injuries in a car in Evington on Monday morning (14 April).
He was taken to hospital for treatment but died from injuries to his head and chest.
Jurrat Khan, 25, of Wakerley Road and Renaldo Baptiste, 34, of Marsh Close have been remanded in custody and are due to appear at Leicester Magistrates’ Court today (Friday 16 April).
Two arrests were also made in Wales on Thursday in connection with the incident.
A 22-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and a 34-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.
Both were arrested in the Gwent area.
Senior investigating officer, Detective Chief Inspector Tony Yarwood, said,
“We are still trying to piece together what happened in the early hours of Monday morning and I would urge anyone who thinks they have information – but who has not yet come forward – to do so.
A 40-year-old woman and two men aged 44 and 34, who were all arrested in the early hours of Tuesday morning (13 April), have been released on bail.
Following his death, Mr Parmar's family released an emotional tribute:
“We are completely heartbroken by what’s happened and are struggling to come to terms with our loss.
“The moment we were contacted by officers and told what happened will live with us forever. It’s difficult to put into words the feeling that hearing such shocking news gives you.
“He was our son, our brother, our dad and we miss him greatly. He was a very funny man, who got on with everyone. He was able to make friends with all types of people and enjoyed the company of others.
“He loved us very much and we loved him. May he rest in peace.
“Please, if you know what happened and can help the police with their investigation, let them know.”