The eight-round lightweight non-title bout will be staged courtesy of Namisonga Boxing Promotions.
Limbani, who turned professional on January 1 after beating Bright Mdoka, said he has challenged Malani as one way of salvaging his familyâ€™s boxing pride which appears to be submerged by the Kayunis.
Osgood beat Wilson twice at Motel Paradise in 2011 before the latter vented his anger on Malani at Afro Motel in Blantyre recently.
This is the legacy 21-year-old Limbani wants to mend when he meets 22-year-old Malani next month.
â€œOur family has been the lone boxing pride in the country for years until the Kayunis came on the scene. I have deliberately challenged Malani in my first professional fight to clear that mess,â€ said Limbani who belongs to Ayaya City Stable.
But Malani, who has won four of his five professional bouts, said he will not let boxing vendetta that exists between their families to shift to the Masamba family.
According to Namisonga Boxing Promotions spokesperson Joster Chisale, all is set for the two boxers to meet in the ring.
â€œWe have already booked the venue and hired the ring for the fight. Malani has accepted Limbaniâ€™s challenge in principle, but that will be made official during a contract signing ceremony soon,â€ he said.