Fans wore T-shirts with Vichai's picture on it, underneath the words "The Boss".
Outside the temple on Saturday, Kiatisuk "Zico" Senamuang, a former Thai national soccer player and coach who was also at the Leicester match, told reporters that global soccer world had lost an important patron.
Most of Leicester City players plan to travel to Bangkok for the funeral after their match with Cardiff City on Saturday.
While Leicester manager Claude Puel claimed beforehand that the outcome of Saturday's trip to Wales was "irrelevant", the team were determined to honour their late owner and it was fitting that Leicester secured the three points in their first match since his death.
He said: 'That was a tough game, not just on the pitch, but mentally.
Gray struck a 55th-minute victor on an emotional afternoon in Cardiff and marked it by removing his top and revealing an undershirt with the words "For Khun Vichai" on it.
The club take on Welsh side Cardiff City today at 2pm GMT.
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The second, maybe also we can lose in one moment and in the 90 minutes we could also have won in the balance of the 90 minutes. A point certainly felt well deserved and Arsenal easily could have scored more if they had been sharper in front of goal.
The Leicester players were applauded on their arrival at the stadium, before both sets of fans observed a minute's silence ahead of kick-off. He used to come down at home games, have a joke and a laugh, always say, 'Want win and three points.' We did that today.
At the final whistle, Leicester's players came together to embrace.
"When we saw the flowers in front of the stadium - it is a family and the feeling that our chairman gave this club". They are in a good moment.
"You couldn't ask for a better chairman". "When Arsenal chase the game they throw everyone on the pitch, which is really cool, and we were not as compact as I wanted".
"I think all my staff and players are growing as people", he said.
They looked comfortable leading 3-0 at Molineux after quickfire goals from Erik Lamela and Lucas Moura and then a second-half strike from Harry Kane.
Manchester United fought back from one goal down to beat Bournemouth 2-1 at the Vitality Stadium as second-half substitute Marcus Rashford scored the victor in injury time.