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Two men arrested in attempted robbery, assault that killed taxi driver in New York City

(CNN)Two men wanted Wednesday in connection with robbery and attempted assault in murder of taxi driver in New York , according to a spokesperson for the New York Police Department.

Two men were arrested on suspicion of assault and other crimes, one of whom was also charged with manslaughter, according to the NYPD.They were not charged.

Police are enlisting the help of the public to search for at least three of his other persons linked to the attack, including two women, the agency said.

The incident occurred early Saturday morning in Queens' Rockaway Beach neighborhood, police said. Four people attempted a robbery after 52-year-old taxi driver Kutin Gyimah got into an altercation after completing a trip in a New York yellow cab minivan, police said.

The group swarmed Gima and knocked him to the ground. Police said he appeared to hit his head, but managed to get to his feet before one of the men hit him twice.

NYPD officers responded to a call that an assault was underway and found him lying in the driveway with injuries to the back of his head, police said. . Guima was then taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Fernando Mateo, spokesman for the New York Taxi Drivers Association, called on Queens County District Attorney Melinda Katz to hold the perpetrators accountable.

"DA Melinda I hope her Katz does the right thing for this family and the people of New York City. We need to send a clear message to criminals. Her husband. The murder of& four fathers," Mateo said in a statement.

The Federation is currently raising over $130,000 through a verified GoFundMepage created to support Gyimah's widow and her four children under the age of 10. collected.

"Thank you for all the help, prayers&support our family has received during this difficult time," his widow Abigail Guima said in a statement. "When Kuching was taken away, I lost my soulmate, the backbone of my life. Now justice will be served." Yes, including a $15,000 bounty from the Taxi Drivers Federation and $3,500 from the NYPD Crimestoppers.