Victims of Friday’s attack on a mosque in Kandahar were buried in groups on Saturday.
Families of the victims asked the Islamic Emirate to prevent such attacks.
People said the number of victims has risen to nearly 50 people and 90 injured.
Daesh has claimed responsibility for Friday's attacks.
According to locals, this was the first Daesh attack on the Shia community in Kandahar.
Following the explosions, a number of Kandahar Sunni people rushed into hospitals to donate blood to those injured in the attack.
They said no group can create discord among them based on religious lines.
The Kandahar police chief meanwhile said they are working to arrest those behind the attack.
Eyewitnesses said four gunmen first opened fire on the mosque’s guards and one of them were killed by the guards but three of them entered the mosque and deronated their explosives.