- investigators arrested three males in connection to the death
Officers investigating a man's death in Burnt Oak have named the victim as Muhamoud Mohamed Madi.
The murder investigation is continuing at pace, the police said in a statement on Sunday.
Mohamoud, 28, who lived in the Finchley Road area of NW11, was stabbed to death on Watling avenue on Friday, 18 February.
Before his death, Muhamoud lived with his mother in Barnet.
Police and London Ambulance Service arrived at the scene around 17:00hrs and found the victim suffering from stab wounds.
Despite best efforts, he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators have arrested three males aged 16, 18, and 19 on suspicion of murder and remain in police custody.
A post-mortem examination was done at Northwick Park Hospital on Saturday, 19 February, where the cause of death was found to be "stab wounds to the chest."
Leading the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Neil John said: "Muhamoud lived with his mother in Barnet.
"My officers met with her today, and she will be supported by specialist Met officers throughout the unimaginably difficult days and months ahead.
"I have assured her of my total commitment to ensuring that whoever was responsible for this senseless killing will be brought to justice."
DCI John added: "I continue to appeal for anyone with information and any witnesses to come forward and speak with police. If they would prefer to remain anonymous, they can also contact the independent charity, Crimestoppers.
"We have already received a good deal of information from local people, but it is important that anyone who has yet to speak with us makes contact to share what they know.
"I also need to see any footage that may have been captured from phones, dashcams or other devices. If you have such material, please get in touch."
Any witnesses with helpful information are advised to call the police on 101 and quote 5579/18FEB or speak anonymously to Crimestoppers on 080 055 5111.©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.