On the death of constable Leung Shing-yan Constable Lam Chun-fai, 30, a colleague of Leung's at Lei Muk Shue police station, who received a bogus noise complaint in Lei Muk Shue Estate on March 13, 2001 - the day before Leung was called out to investigate another noise complaint at Shek Wai Kok Estate: 'It was rare to receive such a call of a noise complaint in the afternoon.' Constable Lai Wing-fai, 31, who worked at Lei Muk Shue police station report room and sent Leung to Shek Wai Kok Estate in the afternoon on March 14, 2001: 'It was proper and normal at that time to send out only one officer to attend complaints of this kind.' Inspector Lam Yam-man, 53, who was attached to the Lei Muk Shue police station: 'When I arrived at the vicinity, I saw Leung lying on the floor and he looked very pale with his left eye punctured. His service revolver, magazine, bullets and his notebook were all gone.' On Leung Shing-yan as a son and a boyfriend His parents Leung Tak-sang, 60, and Li Hang-tai, 56 testify that Leung was a pleasant and good, filial son who was financially healthy. Cheung Ling-chi, 27, Leung's fiancee, says Leung did not know the three police officers involved in the Tsim Sha Tsui shoot-out. Although Leung had credit card debt of tens of thousands of dollars, the couple did not have any financial problems or pressure as they both had enough earnings.