Hong Kong protesters are planning a 24th straight weekend of pro-democracy rallies across the city on Sunday.
The death of a 22-year-old student, who died Friday after a high fall during a rally on Monday, is likely to fuel anger with the police, who have been accused of using excessive force.
Candlelight vigils mourning him already turned into clashes between protesters and police on Friday.
A rally originally planned for Saturday to mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall was also postponed.
But an assembly is expected in the evening, which will likely focus on protesters’ demands for universal suffrage.