West Yorkshire Police announced on Wednesday that a 16-year old will be charged for the incident and will appear in a youth court.
Since the incident, Jamal and his family have seen plenty of support from the wider community.
Video of the incident went viral on Tuesday, with footage showing 15-year-old Jamal being taunted by another student before he is wrestled to the ground.
The solicitor also revealed the family fled persecution from Homs in Syria where one of their relatives was tortured and killed.
Police are now investigating the crime as a racially-aggravated assault.
Mr Akunjee said the extent of the bullying of both of their children had led them to consider leaving the area after being resettled there two years agi as part of a United Nations programme. We can't put a number on how many people are likely to be there but the calls I have been getting I have not been able to manage, I have received well over 100 calls and messages.
Akunjee said the couple's daughter, who attends the same school, had been bullied by another group of pupils and last week someone forcibly removed her hijab.
His comments came as fresh footage emerged on Wednesday of what was said to be the boy's sister being physically abused at the same school.
"I was disappointed when I came to the United Kingdom because I was thinking my life is going to be good, my future is going to be really good if I study at school".
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"She has also attempted suicide, and tried to cut her wrists, the level of bullying got so much".
Almondbury Community School in Huddersfield, U.K., November 28, 2018.
Mr Akunjee told The Guardian the family would use the money to leave the area.
In an interview with ITV News, the boy said he had been left "feeling like I couldn't study or do my homework".
In yet another worrying side of the incident, some users shared the alleged name and the address of the attacker.
Anti-racism campaigners HOPE not Hate said they were concerned about the incident, adding that prejudice in wider society can influence what happens in schools.
According to British media reports, the incident occurred earlier in October.
An online GoFundMe campaign, set up to help Jamal and his family, has so far raised more than £130,000 ($165,855). In a letter to parents, the school's head teacher, Trevor Bowen, said officials were co-operating with police and added, "This situation is being taken extremely seriously".