Aboriginal leaders say they are worried about ongoing tensions in the area between Pacific Islanders and Aborigines in Woodridge.
It is alleged several car loads of men turned up at a Woodridge house on Saturday night and attacked cars and a house with bats, machetes and bricks.
Eleven people staying there say they hid in a small back room fearing they were going to die.
Greg Barlow says he wants the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) to investigate why police took over an hour to turn up.
"We called them about 15 times," he said.
"Some of the fellas [sic] in the back room were crying - they thought they were gone."
Mr Barlow says the men outside had threatened to burn down the house.
"Somebody is going to die - the coppers they are not going to do anything about it," he said.
Police say they are investigating a report of wilful damage.
Last night two people were arrested in clashes in the same street.