Chris Kaba, who was due to become a father, died in the early hours of 6 September about two hours after he was shot
The family of Chris Kaba, an unarmed black man shot dead by a police officer in south London, are to withdraw from the public eye for the time being.
His cousin Jefferson Bosela said: "For now, the family are going to take a break and take a step back."
A statement issued by the Kaba family's legal representatives said: "Yesterday, Chris Kaba's closest family were given the opportunity to view some footage of the incident in which he was fatally shot by a police officer.
"The facts of this case demand urgent accountability and the family therefore await regular meaningful updates on the investigation and the progress towards a charging decision.
"The family will not make any further comment for the time being, whilst awaiting further regular updates from the IOPC (Independent Office for Police Conduct) to ensure that the investigation does the job that it needs to do.
"The family's demands for the officer to be questioned under caution and for an early charging decision remain unchanged."
The Met Police has suspended the officer who shot Mr Kaba, but the family has previously criticised the length of time it took for this to happen, accusing the force of racism.
Investigators have previously said that on the night of the shooting, an Automatic Number Plate Recognition camera indicated a vehicle being driven by Mr Kaba, which was not registered to him, had been linked to a recent firearms incident.
The IOPC said CPR was immediately given by officers and support requested from the ambulance service, but Mr Kaba died in hospital in the early hours of 6 September.