A "shrine" left by the friends and family of the burglar who was killed by a pensioner after breaking into his home has been torn apart by neighbours.
Police on Friday said Mr Osborn-Brooks, who was initially arrested on suspicion of murder, will not face any charges.
The War of the Flowers is continuing in Hither Green as people keep removing floral tributes to the dead burglar.
She was one of three women who arrived and re-fastened 20 bouquets and balloons to the fence on Tuesday afternoon.
She said Mr Vincent's family, understood to be from the travelling community, should be "allowed to lay flowers for Henry".
One card, purportedly left by Vincent's daughter read: "No matter what people say about you, we know who you are and how you was, anybody who knows you knew what you was like dad".
Another neighbour, Theresa Webb, described the tributes as "inappropriate" and of "poor taste".
The stabbing happened outside a residence in the 100-block of Amanda Avenue in the city's North End around midnight on April 2, police said.
On Tuesday an inquest into the death was opened and adjourned at a coroner's court in Borough, south London.
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"It's disgusting. He [Vincent] is not a victim, he walked into someone's house", she said.
A 33-year-old neighbour, who did not want to be named, told the BBC he felt "intimidated".
The coroner told them: "I know you are having a terrible time, I am releasing the body to you". "I think the police made the right decision but the fact they can't protect him isn't right".
She added: "If this was a black boy there would be a riot". He had to kill someone, how would you feel.
Scotland Yard said it was seeking Vincent's alleged accomplice, Billy Jeeves, 28, in connection with the failed burglary.
The accomplice attempted to carry Vincent to a van after the stabbing at about 1am last Wednesday but gave up and drove off in Hither Green, south-east London.
Several police vehicles were parked outside Mr Osborn-Brooks' house throughout the day, though the pensioner was not there.
Detectives want to hear from anybody who may have seen the van - with the registration GU52 AXT - in the days and hours before and after the burglary.
"The van was found burnt out and destroyed on the evening of Saturday, 7 April in Star Lane, near Hockingdon Lane in Orpington, Kent".