On Monday, son and vice chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha was joined by his mother, Aimon, at the stadium as they laid a wreath during an emotional morning, which also saw Leicester players join the mourners.
And, according to ESPN and sources within the club, one of the suggestions has been to re-name Leicester’s home ground in the late chairman’s honour.
It is claimed son Aiyawatt will hold talks with Leicester chief executive Susan Whelan this week about their plans to celebrate his father’s life.
The stadium currently holds the name of Srivaddhanaprabha’s King Power retail empire, but it is claimed Aiyawatt and senior members of the King Power Group are in favour of renaming it the Khun Vichai Stadium.
A King Power spokesperson has confirmed that details of tributes to Srivaddhanaprabha will be revealed in the coming weeks, and that a statue could also be erected at the stadium.
“What is important now is to give the Srivaddhanaprabha, King Power and Leicester City family time to grieve,” a statement from the company read.
“In due course we will release memorial details and are touched by the public outpouring of support and condolences.
“The King Power Stadium is already a celebration of Khun Vichai’s successful business and we would be open, with family, club and supporter consultation, to discussing a name change in Khun Vichai’s honour.
“We are aware of petitions seeking this type of change as well as for a statue at the club and will discuss all these wishes with the Srivaddhanaprabha family and the football club.”
Wearing all black, Srivaddhanaprabha’s wife, Aimon and son, Aiyawatt were seen looking at the thousands of flowers, scarves and soft toys already left at the scene of the accident before laying their own tribute.
After the family laid their wreath, they were then joined by players from Leicester’s academy and first team.
The youth team walked out first where Darnell Johnson placed a signed shirt among the many flowers.
First team stars led by manager Claude Puel, Kasper Schmeichel and Jamie Vardy came out next.
They walked around the perimeter to read the messages fans and other mourners had left.
Leicester City 1st team squad emerge from King Power stadium and stand with fans to see the extraordinary tribute here pay their respects pic.twitter.com/25ZNeL52AP
On Twitter, goalkeeper Schmeichel posted on Twitter a moving message, which read: “Dear Mr Chairman. I cannot believe this is happening. I am so totally devastated and heartbroken. I just cannot believe what I saw last night. It just doesn’t seem real.
“It is difficult to put into words how much you meant to this football club and to the city of Leicester. Never have I ever come across a man like you. So hard working, so passionate, so kind and so generous in the extreme.
“You changed football. Forever! You gave hope to everyone that the impossible was possible. You literally made my dreams come true.
“We now have a responsibility as a club, as players and fans to honour you. From knowing you we do this by being the family you created.”
Mr Srivaddhanaprabha became chairman of Leicester in February 2011 and under him, The Foxes won promotion back to the Premier League in 2014 – and with it secured the riches of modern-day football.
The most ardent Leicester fan, though, could not have dreamed they would ever see the club crowned Premier League champions – even if taking on odds at 5,000-1.
Quoted by the Wall Street Journal when looking back on their unexpected success, Aiyawatt, Leicester’s vice-chairman, said: “When we bought the team, we had so many plans.
“If you ask whether we believed the team would become the Premier League champion when we bought it, the truth is at that point we didn’t dare to think so.”