Hundreds of mourners attended a memorial service yesterday for Manila shooting victim Jessie Leung Song-yi at the school she attended. In addition to the service for the 14-year-old (pictured), students, parents and teachers at HKMA David Li Kwok Po College prayed for her brother, Jason Leung Song-xue, who suffered head injuries in the tragedy. They observed a minute's silence before the ceremony, then sang songs, presented white flowers and expressed their condolences. The girl's mother, Amy Leung Ng Yau-woon, did not attend the ceremony, but expressed her gratitude in a recorded message, saying: 'Jessie is now living happily in heaven with her father and sister ... Missing them is unavoidable, but we should also think in a more positive way.' Her son was in a stable condition in the intensive-care unit of Tuen Mun Hospital after undergoing a tracheotomy operation yesterday to improve his breathing as he lay in a medically induced coma. A micro sensor that monitors pressure inside the skull was also removed. Elsewhere, Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen, other high-ranking officials and representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs joined dozens of friends and relatives of shooting victim Fu Cheuk-yan to mourn him in a vigil at Po Fook Hill in Tai Wai. Fu's wife, Tsang Yee-lai, was allowed to leave the hijacked tour bus with her two children - Fu Chak-yin, 10, and Fu Chung-yin, four - before the gunman opened fire. The woman also claimed another child - Jason Wong Ching-yat, 12 - was her relative and took him off the bus. A Christian funeral service will be held for Fu Cheuk-yan today, after which his body will be buried at Tribute Garden in Wo Hop Shek. A public vigil for Masa Tse Ting-chunn, a tour guide killed in the bloodbath, will be held at Universal Funeral Parlour in Hung Hom on Sunday afternoon. A service will be held on Monday, his birthday, followed by cremation at Cape Collinson Crematorium in Chai Wan. Joe Chan Kwok-chu and Yik Siu-ling were in stable condition at Prince of Wales Hospital. A spokesman said Chan would soon be discharged, but Yuk, whose lower jaw was shattered by a bullet, was awaiting surgery.