More than $50,000 has been raised for the grieving widow of a man killed in a shock crash in Melbourne's west. Khusdeep Singh, 26, was killed after his car rolled several times on Palmers Ave, William's Landing on December 4. His wife Japneet Kaur later launched the GoFundMe in a bid to raise enough money to bring his body back to his home country of India and his parents. "I have to take his body back home as his parents are back home and they want to see him for one last time," she wrote. "I don't have enough funds available right now so please help me in this difficult time." The community soon rallied, pulling together more than $58,000 to help his grieving family within days of the fundraiser launching. It's understood the pair had only been in Australia for a year, having come to the country to pursue their studies. In the aftermath of the donations, Ms Kour thanked the community for rallying around her family. "Thank-you for your support, condolences during this devastating time," she said. "Any donation, big or small, will make a meaningful difference." A Victoria Police spokesperson said the cause of the crash was still under investigation, but fatigue may have been a contributing factor. Emergency services were called to the scene at 11.26pm along Palmer's Rd in William's Landing. It's understood Mr Singh's car crossed a medium strip and rolled several times. Paramedics attempted to revive him, but he died at the scene. According to Victoria Police, 276 lives have been lost on Victorian roads this year compared with 230 deaths at the same time last year. Investigations are ongoing, and anyone who might have witnessed the incident or have dashcam footage is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. A confidential report can also be submitted online.