Christina Edkins was killed on a double-decker bus during the morning rush hour in Birmingham on Thursday.
A book of condolence for the teenage girl stabbed to death on a double-decker bus in Birmingham has been set up in St Peter's Church in Lapal in the West Midlands.
The church is also open for anyone to come in and say a prayer and light a candle for Christina Edkins and her family.
Police investigating the fatal attack have been granted more time to speak to a 22 year-old suspect.
It's emerged the school girl died from a single stab wound to the chest.
Detectives have also appealed for anyone who was on the double decker at the time of the attack - yesterday morning - to come forward.
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