The family of a teenager stabbed to death in Tooting have paid tribute to their "handsome boy."

Cheyon Evans, 18, was attacked in Deeside Road last Friday and sadly died at the scene.

A post-mortem took place at St George’s Hospital on Sunday and gave the cause of death as a single stab wound.

That same Sunday, Cheyon's cousin Kaydene Reanne set up a fundraising page to help pay for the funeral.

If you want to donate to the GoFundMe page click here

She wrote: "On June 14, our handsome boy, Cheyon was murdered.

"He was stabbed to death in Wandsworth and died at the scene shortly after.

"Only 18 years of age, he was a loving young man. He was due to start a traffic management course in a few weeks and was known for being a clean freak.

"Words can’t describe how we feel. He’s not a number, he’s not a statistic and he’s not a headline.

"He’s a son, he's a grandson, he’s a brother, he's a nephew, he’s an uncle, he’s a cousin, he’s a boyfriend, he’s a friend and now he’s our angel.

"All we want to do now is say good bye. Please help us to pay for his funeral. Please help us to bury our boy."

Since the attack, seven people have been arrested and two people have appeared in court charged with the murder of Cheyon.

Mohamed Nadir Dafallah, 18, of Wandsworth, and a 17-year-old from Merton, who cannot be named for legal reasons, spoke to confirm their personal details when they appeared at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court on Monday.

Dafallah and the 17 year-old were ordered to next appear in custody at the Old Bailey on Wednesday.

A pre-trial preparation hearing was also set for July 15.

Cheyon's family will also be holding a vigil at 2pm on Saturday "at the place where he took his last breath."

Those who wish to come along have been asked to bring flowers and candles, with a silent march around the area scheduled to take place at 4pm.