Amy Winehouse will be honored with a commemorative statue in the London neighborhood where she lived, her family revealed Thursday.

The Camden Town neighborhood will unveil the bronze-like statue on Sept. 14, which would have been the GRAMMY-winning singer's 31st birthday. She died in July 2011 of alcohol poisoning.

Originally set to be located outside London's Roundhouse music hall, the new location was selected so that it would be more accessible to fans, according to Amy's father Mitch Winehouse, explaining: "Now Amy will oversee the comings and goings of her hometown forever."