Currently, passengers are brutally beating the father of four New York City cab drivers to death after they tried to rob him

Currently, passengers are brutally beating the father of four New York City cab drivers to death after they tried to rob him

This is the horrifying moment five thugs brutally beat a New York City cab driver to death after trying to rob him.

The video shows five youths surrounding 52-year-old father-of-four Kutin Gyimah before beginning to punch and kick him, with a male suspect delivering a fatal blow to his head, sending him to the ground.

Some of the suspects have since been arrested, sources told PIX11 News, but it’s not clear how many or their identities.

Earlier, police had identified 20-year-old Queens resident Austin Amos as one of the suspects wanted in connection with Gyimah’s murder. Another man, believed to be in his 20s, and three young girls, aged between 13 and 16, are also wanted by police.

According to the NYPD, Amos was last seen wearing clothing matching that of the suspect who delivered the final, fatal blow to Gyimah at 6.30am Saturday morning, PIX 11 reports.

The NYPD has since released footage of the horrific attack on the helpless cab driver in a bid to track the four other suspects, with the New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

The video shows five youths surrounding 52-year-old father-of-four Kutin Gyimah before they began punching and kicking him

The video shows five youths surrounding 52-year-old father-of-four Kutin Gyimah before they began punching and kicking him

A male suspect is seen delivering a fatal blow to his head that sent Gyimah to the ground

A male suspect is seen delivering a fatal blow to his head that sent Gyimah to the ground

'He was a good, good man.  He was my backbone.  I'm just lost  My children's hero,

‘He was a good, good man. He was my backbone. I’m just lost My children’s hero,” said Gyimah’s wife Abigail (pictured together), who couldn’t hold back her tears

Gyimah, whose wife Abigail said she was “lost without him,” was fatally attacked on Saturday after dropping off five passengers who allegedly ran away without pay.

Gyimah, who has four children aged eight, seven, five and three, got out of his taxi and followed the group on foot.

Video shows that as he managed to catch up with the five suspects near Beach 54th Street and Arverne Boulevard, the group surrounded him and began punching and kicking him as he raised his hands to his head, to protect against the brutal attack.

When Gyimah was able to get to his feet, a suspect, believed to be Amos, hit him on the head and knocked the father of four to the ground.

The five suspects run away from the scene, leaving Gyimah, who has suffered a fatal head injury, lying motionless on the sidewalk. The video shows the suspects later walking up the stairs of an apartment block.

Police identified Austin Amos, 20, of Queens, as one of the suspects wanted in connection with Gyimah's murder.  Another man, believed to be in his 20s, and three young girls, aged between 13 and 16, are also wanted by police

Police identified Austin Amos, 20, of Queens, as one of the suspects wanted in connection with Gyimah’s murder. Another man, believed to be in his 20s, and three young girls, aged between 13 and 16, are also wanted by police

The five suspects run away from the scene, leaving Gyimah, who has suffered a fatal head injury, lying motionless on the sidewalk

The five suspects run away from the scene, leaving Gyimah, who has suffered a fatal head injury, lying motionless on the sidewalk

The video shows the suspects later walking up the stairs of an apartment block.

The video shows the suspects later walking up the stairs of an apartment block.

The video shows the suspects later walking through a corridor of an apartment block

The video shows the suspects later walking through a corridor of an apartment block

Medics found Gyimah on the sidewalk and took him to St. John’s Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

His wife Abigail told CBS2: “I don’t know what to do right now. I lost. I lost.’

‘He was a good, good man. He was my backbone. I’m just lost My children’s hero,’ said Abigail, unable to hold back her tears.

A GoFundMe page has been launched for Gyimah’s wife and four children, and so far more than $109,600 has been raised. The money will be used to pay for his funeral, but also to support the family and the children’s education.

One of Gyimah’s colleagues wrote on the site: “He was one of our taxi drivers who worked honestly and tirelessly to support his family.

“During the worst days of the pandemic, he was one of the few who continued to drive a cab non-stop to support our city and its citizens. Please help him honor his work and help his family.

“He was a husband and father of 4 children aged 8, 7, 5 and 3. He won’t come home anymore.”