Celebrating with baby balloons and a decorated cake, here is the very pregnant mother who was stabbed to death on weekends.
Kelly Mary Fauvrelle, 26, who "dreamed of being a mom" according to her relatives, was attacked Saturday morning.
Paramedics were unable to save her, but gave birth to her baby who remains in critical condition at the hospital surrounded by family members.
Eight-month pregnant Kelly Mary had a heart attack after being injured in Thornton Heath, South London.
A photo, taken in April and put on Facebook by his uncle, the watch holding a balloon saying: "It's a boy", with a cake and the message frozen: "See you soon, Riley."
His uncle, Bruneau Fauvrelle, confirmed the name of the child by posting: "Why why why? Now, pray for Riley.
Aunt Rosa Fauvrelle, of Crystal Palace, in South East London, said: "My husband is in the hospital because they are doing a blessing because they think the baby could do not survive
"They said that if you want, you can bring in a priest.
"Everyone is nervous and very confused, we do not know what happened, everyone is hysterical."
Rosa added, "Kelly was an absolute lover, the most sweet and loving person – and she was everything she dreamed of."
A 29-year-old man arrested for murder on Saturday is in police custody.
A 37-year-old man was released under investigation.
The police teams were still investigating the scene of the murder on Raymead Avenue on Sunday morning.
Specialist investigators were seen scrubbing surfaces in an alleyway along the house while police monitored a cordon in front of the property.
All of Raymead Avenue has been cordoned off as police prepare to conduct a thorough sweep of the road, according to an officer present at the scene.
Police investigate three unrelated violent deaths in London this weekend.