The 27-year-old’s family is demanding answers about the circumstances surrounding his death.
“There are questions that need to be asked and at what point do we start calling it out for what it is – racism,” said Victoria Van Schie, Aubrey’s relative and protest organiser.
On Friday, a protest took place through the streets in Brisbane, with the crowd walking to the Coroner’s court, demanding the release of body-cam footage of Aubrey’s death.
Police say no body-cam footage
Police allege that Mr Donahue advanced on officers while holding a knife, however, have no close-range footage of the incident.
Deputy Commissioner Mark Wheeler said the police were not fitted with cameras at the time.
“So specialist officers for practicality reasons generally don’t, other officers at the scene were wearing body-worn cameras and we have secured that vision of course,” he told reporters on Thursday.
“But in terms of the specialist police, we’re reviewing those arrangements now.”