Assistant coaches Roddy Estwick and Rayon Griffith will oversee the team's second warm-up match, which begins on Monday, before the July 8 series opener in Southampton.
The move comes after the death of African-American George Floyd in U.S. police custody last month. Alisha Hosannah, the partner of English Premiership star Troy Deeney, designed the logo.
West Indies captain Jason Holder.
"As a group of young men, we know of the rich and diverse history of West Indies cricket and we know we are guardians of the great game for generations to come". We have come to England to retain the Wisden Trophy, but we are very conscious of happenings around the world and the fight for justice and equality, ' explained Holder.
"We know what it is for people to make judgments because of the colour of our skin, so we know what it feels like, this goes beyond the boundary". He added: "There must be equality and there must be unity".
"The fact that there's not going to be a crowd there, I don't think that we can use that as an excuse for our levels of intensity, because as you said, we're walking on to the field representing England, which thousands of people would give their right arm to be able to do what we do every day", said Stokes.
Player power was behind the Premier League's move to put "Black Lives Matter" on the back of shirts for the first 12 games following the restart of the competition.
England will select a side from a 30-man squad now training at a bio-secure Southampton, with a three-day intra-squad match - their lone warm-up fixture - starting on Wednesday.
Simmons attended the funeral of his father-in-law, who had died prior to the team's recent assembly in Manchester, having been given permission by medical officials.