Christina Edkins killing: Service for stabbed schoolgirl
A memorial service has been held to remember a Birmingham girl who was stabbed to death on her way to school.
Christina Edkins, 16, was killed on a rush-hour bus in the city in March 2013.
Philip Simelane, 23, from Walsall admitted manslaughter and was detained indefinitely under the Mental Health Act at a hearing at Birmingham Crown Court in October 2013.
A service was held at St Philip's Cathedral in the city.
Hundreds of people from across Birmingham attended Christina's funeral in 2013.
A memorial garden was also created at Leasowes High School in Halesowen.
A report last year found her death could have been prevented if Simelane had been given mental health treatment.
The 23-year-old was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.