The five people who tragically lost their lives in the horror pub incident were from two Melbourne families.
The family friends had visited Daylesford as tourists on November 5.
The Bhatia family from Tarneit has lost father Vivek, aged 38, and their 11-year-old son.
Ruchi Bhatia, the 36-year-old wife of Vivek, remains in hospital, as does her six-year-old son.
Point Cook lawyer and volunteer, 44-year-old Pratibha Sharma, her 30-year-old husband Jatin Chugh and her 9-year-old daughter Anvi were also killed after the horror pub crash.
A 43-year-old Kyneton woman, a 38-year-old Cockatoo man and an 11-month-old baby are also understood to be in a stable condition in various hospitals.
The baby's mother was not injured when a car crashed into diners outside the Royal Daylesford Hotel.
The 66-year-old Mount Macedon driver was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries including shock and is expected to be interviewed by police today.
Ms Sharma ran in the 2018 Victorian election as an independent in Werribee and was also a dedicated volunteer.
Australian Sikh Support said they were "shocked" to hear that their volunteer - who had helped to feed families during the pandemic - had passed away alongside her own family.
It is understood the Bhatia family are also members of the Sikh community.
Hundreds pay respect at vigil
Hundreds of people attended a vigil on Monday, November 6 at Daylesford's Victoria Park to pay their respects.
Members of the emergency services who responded to Sunday night's tragedy, along with members of the public and local politicians also attended the service.
The Daylesford community was reeling after the incident, with many locals and bystanders struggling to fathom the horror of what had occurred.
Some of them were first responders at the scene and the community has banded together to get through the coming days.
Monday night's vigil comes as distraught community members light candles at Daylesford's Anglican church.
ACM spoke to Reverend Neil FitzGerald who said the church had run out of candles and he was trying to get more.
The church will also hold an ecumenical service for people of all faiths from 5.30pm Wednesday.
"It will be a service of reflection - and to thank those who helped," Reverend FitzGerald said.
He spent much of the day at the accident site - along with the Mayor and Hepburn Chief Executive Bradley Thomas - talking to the everyday people thrust into extraordinary circumstances as the sun went down the night before.
This included Kimmi Moscicki who watched the scene unfold with a group of local friends from a verandah table at the nearby RSL.
"It was an accident - a horrible, horrible, horrible accident," she said.
"I think it'll make everyone that's experienced it probably closer to each other.
The tight-knit group of local women - including some who did CPR and helped direct traffic - remained at the RSL until more than an hour after it was supposed to close.
Some returned to the scene Monday morning to lay flowers.
"What I saw I can never ever unsee that," one said.
The ever increasing pile of flowers left at a statue of children on a horse, just metres from the accident site reflects the outpouring of grief in the community.
The sculpture 'From School' was inspired by a CJ Dennis poem about an old draughthorse that found a new life caring for and transporting children.
Anyone who witness the incident, has a dashcam/CCTV footage or information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at crimestoppersvic.com.au.
- Support is available for those who may be distressed. Phone Lifeline 13 11 14.