Donations are pouring in for the daughters of 30-year-old Faye Caliman, who was found with stab wounds at Millbank Place, Bestwood Village, on Saturday, April 28.
She was treated for her injuries by paramedics, but died at the scene.
A Go Fund Me page has been set up by best friend Kayleigh Ellis, who said Faye was “like a sister to her”.
It has so far raised more than £3,400 of its £4,000 target, with dozens paying tribute to the “beautiful and smiley” young woman.
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Kayleigh said: “Faye had her life taken away from her at a very young age.
“She leaves behind three beautiful little girls who she was totally devoted to, who will sadly never see their mummy again.
“The support and donations have been on a huge scale and I honestly cannot thank you all enough, so I’d like this fundraiser to raise as much as possible for Faye’s girls.
“It won’t bring their mummy back, but they are going to need all the help they can get- this will help her family do this.”
To donate, visit gofundme.com/5hkcti0
Faye’s husband, 32-year-old Marian Caliman, has been charged with her murder. He is currently in custody awaiting trial later this year.