The Rhodes statue at Oriel College, Oxford is coming down.
I'm not sure about this one. I don't think it's like Colston, which is a standalone statue, easily removed (and indeed chucked in the sea). The Rhodes statue is part of an (aesthetically if not morally) attractive facade of a building. I wouldn't be surprised if the statue itself were added later, but I don't know if that alters the point. A niche was put in, doubtless with the expectation of a statue being added later.
If you take off the Rhodes statue for "memorializing", should you take off that nice stone writing too? After all, it says "by the great generosity of Cecil Rhodes". That would be going too far for me. I appreciate that there's no easy answer, and lines will be drawn, but I'd like us to establish some solid principles on this stuff.