Lundi's death sent shockwaves across the country, as fans and celebrities poured onto social media to pay tribute to the Mama Wami  hitmaker.
His death came a month after the gospel fraternity mourned the loss of musician Sfiso Ncwane.
Sfiso's son Ngcweti took to social media over the weekend to offer his condolences to Lundi, and said that the Ncwane family was left shaken by the gospel star's death.
He also claimed that the news had greatly affected Ayanda Ncwane's healing.
"Uncle Lundi, your passing has reversed our healing process, especially mom," Ngcweti wrote.
Lundi was an important part of Sfiso Ncwane's career, introducing the star to the industry and helping him record some of his first hits.
Ngweti's tribute thanked Lundi for helping his father.
"Thank you for allowing God to use you to introduce dad to the industry, dad always told us the story how you helped to listen to his demo. Good night uncle I pray you rest peaceful, just like dad," Ngcweti wrote.
Lundi died on Friday after being hospitalised with liver complications and stomach TB. The star's health took a turn for the worse last Monday and he was transferred to ICU, where he was placed on life support.
A public memorial service will be held in Lundi's honour on Tuesday, 31 January at Grace Bible Church at 2pm.