The family of murdered mum-of-two Hayley Pointon has made a personal plea for people to help trace her killer. The appeal for information comes just days before the one-month anniversary of the killing of the 30-year-old, who was shot dead in a house in Hinckley. Hayley, from Coventry, died of a single gun shot wound following an incident at a house in Sunnydale Road, Hinckley, on Sunday February 3. Her mother, Kerry, father, Alan, and brother, Dean, have all appealed for public help. They said in a statement, issued through Leicestershire Police: "We are pleading with you for information to help us understand why our beautiful, beloved Hayley is now an angel up in the sky. "She had a whole life ahead of her, a future that looked so bright. "The hardest part is the not knowing, there are so many answers we want to try and find out. "We know there are people out there with these answers in their mind, they have vital information and they know what happened that night, yet these people aren't talking. "Hayley was the loving mother of two of our beautiful grandchildren, who now have to grow up without their mother in their lives to love them. "She will not be there to pick them up when they fall, to nurse them when they are ill, to praise them when they are good and to scold them when they are bad. "She won't be there to teach them right from wrong, to wipe their tears when they cry and cuddle them when they are sad. "These two children deserve to have the people responsible for all they will miss out on, brought to justice. "If you have children of your own you will understand, imagine if this was you. If you know anything that could help to give these children some justice, please come forward, do the right thing and show a bit of compassion." Hayley's family has also released a second picture of Hayley, this time with blonde hair. In the first picture, Hayley has dark hair. They hope this will encourage others who have not come forward before now to get in touch and will help others to recognise her. A team of detectives led by Detective Chief Inspector Tony Yarwood continues to investigate Hayley's death. Although they have arrested two men, aged 29 and 36, in connection with the incident, they are still urging witnesses to come forward. Two arrested men have been arrested in connection with the incident and have been released on police bail pending further inquiries. Mr Yarwood said: "Inquiries into Hayley's death still continue to be our priority and we will not stop until we have brought those responsible to justice. "Hayley's family are desperate for anyone with information to come forward and they, like us, believe someone out there can help. "I cannot stress enough how important witness and community information is to an investigation like this and I hope that members of the public will read this appeal and get in touch. "We understand that it isn't always easy coming to police, maybe some people feel that there will be repercussions if they do. I want to reassure those people that the information they provide us will be treated confidentially and they also have the option of calling Crimestoppers anonymously too." Anyone with any information is asked to contact Leicestershire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.