Calocane allegedly used the van to hit a pedestrian on Milton Street and another two people on South Sherwood Street.
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust previously said two patients are stable and one has been discharged following the van incidents.
The Independent Office for Police Conduct said the driver of a marked police car sighted the vehicle for “less than a minute” before it collided with pedestrians on South Sherwood Street.
Mr Webber’s family described their “utter devastation” at the “senseless murder of our son”, saying he was a “beautiful, brilliant, bright young man, with everything in life to look forward to”.
Friends of Mr Webber have organized a memorial cricket match for their “irreplaceable teammate and friend”.
The match will take place at Bishops Hull Cricket Club on 24 June at 1.30pm.
The family of Mrs. O’Malley-Kumar described her as a “truly wonderful and beautiful young lady” and that she would be “missed so much”.
Two of Mr Coates’ sons said his death had “turned everyone’s world upside down”, adding: “Nobody deserves this, but certainly not him.”
Police previously revealed the suspect is a former University of Nottingham student, but said “it is not believed to be connected to the attack”.