One of two Brothers for Life gang members charged with shooting dead a man at his home in Sydney's west will remain behind bars.
Joseph Antoun, a known standover man, was gunned down after answering a knock at his front door in Strathfield on the evening of December 16.
His wife and six-year-old twin daughters were home when Mr Antoun was fatally shot.
Police on Tuesday arrested 25-year-old Navid Khalili at Silverwater jail and charged him with Mr Antoun's murder.
In a brief mention at Burwood Local Court on Wednesday, Khalili's lawyer didn't apply for bail on his client's behalf and it was formally refused.
Magistrate Christopher Longley adjourned the matter to the same court on March 17, with Khalili to appear via audio-visual link.
Last Thursday police arrested a 24-year-old man in Parramatta, who was also charged with Mr Antoun's murder.
He is due to appear in Burwood Local Court on March 17.
Detectives said they would allege both men were members of the Blacktown chapter of Brothers for Life.