The wife and seven-year-old daughter of the homeless Nepali who was shot dead by a policeman on March 17 are expected to arrive in the city tomorrow for the funeral service. The Hong Kong Nepalese Federation said yesterday visas for the trip had been sent to the wife and daughter of Dil Bahadur Limbu, who live in Nepal. 'They are most likely to arrive in Hong Kong on Thursday,' spokesman Ganesh Kumar Ijam said. Limbu, 31, was shot dead in Ho Man Tin after he allegedly attacked a constable with a chair during an ID check. His brother Ram Limbu, who arrived from Britain last week, has lodged a complaint with the police. Accompanied by a lawyer, he is due to make another statement to police today on the background of his brother. Mr Ijam said the lawyer assisting the family would ask police for a copy of the autopsy report. Meanwhile, Hong Kong Unison director Fermi Wong Wai-fun said members of ethnic minorities would march to police headquarters on Sunday to call for a fair investigation and tell of their experiences of being stopped and searched by police.