The family of a man who died after a collision with a police car led a march to Reading Police station last Saturday to demand justice.
Aston McLean Williams died in August last year after the collision in east Reading.
Since then his family has been unable to bury the father of two while an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission continues.
The march was led by his girlfriend Shanice Medford and made its way from the scene of the collision through to the town centre.
Marchers carried placards calling for justice and an end to police killings.