Derby murder investigation after bank holiday attack

Mr Falivena, Eva and Miss Oakes Image copyright Family issue
Image caption Oliver Falivena's partner Sophie Oakes said he was an 'amazing daddy'

A man has died in hospital following a bank holiday attack in Derby, police have said.

Oliver Falivena, 22, who was from the city, died at the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham a week after suffering head injuries.

A 30-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and bailed while inquiries continue.

The attack took place in the city's market place on 29 August.

'Amazing daddy'

Mr Falivena's partner, Sophie Oakes, mother of his three-year-old daughter, said: "I love him so much and will miss him always.

"I promise to carry on making him proud and looking after our beautiful princess.

"It really has caused so much pain and heartbreak and I will always show memories to her and tell her how much of an amazing daddy he was."

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Image caption Police said the attack took place on the Guildhall side of the fountain in the city's market place

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