Officials accused a 15-year-old girl of being the ringleader in a fatal attack on a teenage boy in western Sydney.

The teenager, 16, died on Saturday morning in hospital three days after he was allegedly viciously attacked in Doonside by four adolescent boys and two girls, ages 13 to 19.

According to court documents obtained by an online tabloid, the victim's alleged killers claimed the victim had stolen AirPods last month. They demanded that he call obscenities about the "Sydney inner west" gang.

The document claimed that the girl said "stomp on his head, put him in a f****** grave" and cheered her friends on to "go finish him off" during the beating.

Officers believe per another report the 15-year-old girl was the primary instigator of the incident. They said in the court that she grabbed the child by the hair and slammed his head into a wall, causing a hole in the gyprock. She also allegedly kicked the teenager in the face with the toe of her shoe.

According to authorities, the rest of the adolescents then took turns stomping and leaping on the boy, with someone saying "finish him" around 4.39 p.m.

As most teenagers fled the neighborhood, their accused victim was left lying on the floor, without breathing.

Resident Kayla Dawson, 19, called 911, reporting that the boy showed "no signs of life" at 5.42 p.m., about an hour after some of the alleged offenders had left,

With a dose of adrenaline, paramedics could revive the teenager's heart after a long period of CPR.

Despite their best efforts, the kid was admitted to Westmead Hospital and placed in an induced coma.

He was brain dead, with injuries to his face and body from severe force trauma, as well as two collapsed lungs.

At 10:02 a.m. on Saturday, doctors turned off the teen's life support.

In a GoFundMe page created on Tuesday, the boy's aunt announced that his organs had been donated to five other individuals in an unbelievable gesture.

The child, who was allegedly enticed to the house on the promise of a party, left behind a distraught mother and sisters.

[REPRESENTATIONAL IMAGE] SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: This photo taken 24 February 2004, shows two Aborigines on the street in the controversial housing area known as "The Block", in the inner Sydney suburb of Redfern. The recent release of a UNICEF report on the rights of indigenous children worldwide, which found that Australia's Aboriginal children were amongst those most vulnerable to abuse and early death, was a timely reminder after the death of Aboriginal teenager Thomas Hickey, who died on 15 February after crashing his bicycle and becoming impaled on a fence in Redfern, sparking a riot between youths and police. GREG WOOD/AFP via Getty Images

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