A protest has been planned for tomorrow at Immigration offices in Glasgow, following the tragic death of Mercy Baguma in her Govan flat. 

Ms Baguma, originally from Uganda, was found on Saturday 22 August beside her one-year-old child, who was described as "weakened from starvation" by human rights charity Positive Action in Housing. 

Her child has since been treated and released from hospital. 

READ MORE: Mercy Baguma: Mum 'found dead beside baby' in Glasgow flat

Now, organisation RefSol Collective Glasgow has planned a protest at UK Immigration and Visa offices in Cessnock's Brand Street for tomorrow at 4pm. 

They say: "Join us in mourning a Glasgow Mum who lost her life due to the neglect of the home office after her right to work was stripped from her and she fell into destitution."

"Enough is enough. We want justice."

Ms Baguma is understood to have lost her job after her limited leave to remain expired and she was no longer able to work. 

She had also claimed asylum while living in extreme poverty with her son and relied upon organisations such as food bank charities.

A fundraiser in her memory was launched following the announcement of her death, with over £12,000 raised so for her funeral fund. 

READ MORE: Mercy Baguma: Thousands raised for one-year-old son after tragic death

Organisers of the GoFundMe page said: "Mercy has left her one-year-old son and family back in Uganda.

"We are raising money to give her a proper send-off and something for her son. Please consider helping out her loved ones through this difficult time as they navigate this tragedy and move forward in life without her.

"Donations will go directly to her son and family to help with end of life costs and future expenses."