The family of dead teenager Liam Aitchison have accepted an apology from TV presenter Matthew Wright over "insulting" comments he made.
The parents of the 16-year-old said they want to "draw a line under the whole Wright Stuff incident and ask people to focus on the process of justice for Liam".
He was found dead in a derelict building in the Steinish area of Stornoway, on the Isle of Lewis, on Tuesday November 29, a week after he went missing.
Two men have been charged with murder following the death.
Media regulator Ofcom is investigating comments made by the Channel 5 presenter on his programme in November.
More than 2000 complaints were made after he poked fun at the teenager's death during a news review.
Wright was forced to apologise after he put on a Scottish accent and said "there's been another murder", mimicking popular detective show Taggart.
A statement from Liam's family said they have spoken to Wright and have accepted his apology.
A memorial service will be held for the teenager on Stornoway on Tuesday.
Friends are being invited to attend the event, to be held at the Roman Catholic Church on Scotland Street at 1pm.
Two men have been charged in connection with the death of Liam, originally from Uist, who had been living on Lewis for a few months.