A leader of the SAR's Indonesian domestic workers yesterday criticised Jakarta's labour minister for postponing a visit to Hong Kong aimed at discussing the pay review for foreign domestic helpers. Indonesian Minister for Manpower and Transmigration Jacob Nuwa Wea had been scheduled to visit yesterday and today. But a spokesman for the Indonesian Consul-General said the trip had been postponed to next month, although no date had been fixed. 'If he comes here next month, what use will that be? The Hong Kong Government might have announced a pay cut by that time,' said Eni Lesteri, chairman of the Indonesian Migrant Workers' Association. 'More than half of us receive much lower than the set minimum pay. Yet our consulate has refused to acknowledge this problem.' The SAR Government is reviewing the minimum pay for the 155,000 overseas helpers - $3,670 a month.