Police contend Ivan Susin, 29, was knocked unconscious, attack his conduct on a pavement a Surfers Paradise nightclub district early on Oct 1.
He died on Friday surrounded by family after roughly dual weeks in a coma.
Ricky Lefoe, 27, was creatively charged with disgusting corporeal harm, though this was upgraded in Southport Magistrate Court on Wednesday to wrong distinguished causing death.
Police contend Mr Susin was with friends in Orchid Ave in Surfers Paradise about 1am on Oct 1 when dual group approached them.
Mr Lefoe and another male allegedly stole a chip from one of Mr Susin’s friends before a written confrontation.
CCTV footage played to a justice seemed to uncover Mr Susin station during a opposite of a kebab emporium when a quarrel pennyless out.
Mr Susin seemed to join a brawl, throwing a furious punch that missed, before Mr Lefoe allegedly strike him once and he fell to a ground.
Police pronounced Mr Susin was knocked out, suffered draining on a mind and never regained consciousness.
The group fled on feet and witnesses contacted police.
Defence counsel Cambell MacCallum sought to have Mr Lefoe’s bail continued on a some-more critical charge, observant his customer was perplexing to mangle adult a quarrel when Mr Susin approached him from behind and threw a punch.
“There is a clever box here for self-defence,” he told a justice on Wednesday.
He pronounced Mr Lefoe’s associate instigated a quarrel and his customer was perplexing to intervene.
Mr MacCallum pronounced his customer was honestly repentant over Mr Susin’s genocide and had handed himself in to a justice to face a upgraded charges.
Police objected to his continued bail, observant a new assign carried a aloft penalty, so there was a risk he could destroy to appear.
However, justice Pamela Dowse pronounced there was no reason to change his bail conditions.
Joseane Susin, a sister of a 29-year-old Brazilian man, has given flown to a Gold Coast.
“Dear friends, appreciate we for a messages of support and demonstrations of loyal amiability we have received,” she pronounced in a Facebook post this morning.
“This immature male was my brother, though he could be son, friend, grandson of anyone who reads me now.”
Ms Susin pronounced her brother, famous as Kiko, had trafficked to Australia to do his dreams and “was a tellurian being of complete kindness”.
She called on others to be with her during a Queensland justice “crying — nonetheless in silence”.
In progressing posts, including a acknowledgment of his death, Ms Susin pronounced a family had “kept a fire of wish burning” during her brother’s “10 days of consecutive struggle” to stay alive.
She pronounced they were experiencing “deep pain” and were scorched by a “devastating” tragedy.
Mr Lefoe’s matter will lapse to justice for a committal discuss on Dec 10.