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The engineering student was rushed to Nottingham City Hospital and placed in an induced coma but died on Wednesday.
Her family believe she was targeted in a racially-motivated attack by a group of women who had previously attacked her in the street, breaking her sister's leg.
A Home Office post-mortem examination is due to take place.
Mariam, who was a Nottingham College engineering student, is understood to have suffered a bleed on the brain as well as a stroke during the attack.
Mariam's sister also criticised Nottinghamshire Police for 'missing vital warning signs' that she believes could have saved her life.
The teenager had been shopping in Nottingham city centre before she was repeatedly assaulted by the women in an unprovoked attack on Parliament Street.She was reportedly punched several times before she was further verbally assaulted after getting onto the number 27 bus.Mariam, who had just been offered a place at university in London, had originally been discharged, but started to deteriorate at home and was rushed back to hospital.For more than 200 years, generations of students have received an education here on the site of Goldsmiths.In 1792 the Counter Hill Academy opened its doors in New Cross, in a house built by Deptford distiller, William Goodhew.