The parents of a baby girl who plunged to her death from a sixth-floor flat in March have been given help in bringing happiness back into the lives of her two older brothers. A gift basket from a South China Morning Post reader has been sent to the boys who are receiving psychological counselling after witnessing the tragedy, and their mainland mother's temporary stay has been extended until July 6. Immigration chiefs are deciding whether to allow her to stay permanently. The family has also been offered rehousing after social workers recommended they should be moved away from their Wan Chai flat. The parents of Chan Kai-hung, eight, and Kai-chau, nine, said the boys had nightmares about their 13-month-old baby sister, Kwan-yu, who plunged to her death while playing with her brothers alone at home on March 29. The brothers were overjoyed at the gifts which included toys, sweets and two sets of World Cup pyjamas. 'I like soccer. I watched the opening of the World Cup. We jumped with delight when we received the gifts,' Kai-chau said. Other readers have donated money to the family. The boys drew a picture of the family and sent it to a reader, saying: 'Because of your love and concern, my family has been restored with happiness.' The boys' mother, Cheung Siu-chun, 34, came to Hong Kong to give birth to Kwan-yu in December 1996. She was repatriated but Kwan-yu came to live with her father and brothers last year so she could be included in an application for a public flat.