Family members of the man who died after reportedly being struck by a car at Walton Marks and Spencers on Thursday (April 22) have paid tribute to their much-loved relative in moving tributes.

Matthew Tester, who was known by many who knew him as Tik, was attended to by paramedics who responded to the incident on Thursday afternoon, but was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

Among the family statements released Sunday were a tribute from Tick's brother.

He described him as a "much-loved son, husband, father, brother, uncle and friend to so many."

Surrey Comet: Matthew 'Tik' Tester. Image via Surrey PoliceMatthew 'Tik' Tester. Image via Surrey Police

"Those who knew him will talk of his humour, generosity, willingness to help and his cheeky grin," the statement continued.

"This tragedy has absolutely rocked the family who have been devastated by Tik’s death.

"The hurt and sadness we’ve felt over the past few days simply cannot be fully quantified…and something no-one should ever experience.

"The consequences and ripples of Tik’s death will have a lasting effect on so many lives. No mother should expect to outlive their son.

"Over the past few days, the family have been inundated with condolences, love and such warmth and well wishes from friends across the country - a testament to the love and affection people have for Tik and his family. This has been of a great comfort."

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Tik's brother also pointed out the outpouring of love and tributes from the scootering community, of which he was an active member.

Scooter enthusiasts worldwide have contributed to a GoFundMe page that has attracted some 500 donations and raised over £11,000.

Meanwhile, £22,000 was raised in other fundraisers for Tik's family by those wanting to support them.

Tik's daughter also paid tribute to her father.

"Dad taught me how to live. Our favourite thing was just to laugh, because even in our darkest time we did it together," she said.

As the Surrey Comet reported previously, a 26-year-old man has been charged by police with Tik's murder.

Shaan Mir, of Arlington Lodge in Weybridge, was charged with murder and attempt murder after he was arrested on Thursday.

He is due to appear at Guildford Magistrates’ Court today (Monday, April 26).

Surrey Police's Detective Chief Inspector David Springett, who is leading the investigation said: "This is an extremely difficult time for Tik’s family and I would ask that their privacy is respected to allow them to grieve in peace."