This brawl is before the dead family scene, but that doesn't really make a difference (and there are light-hearted scenes afterwards); the point is that the mix is too daring. You can have a mix of comedy and violence (I think in Any Gun can Play it works quite well), but you can't have Trinity like brawls and the slaugther of the McBain family (just an example) in one movie.
I've changed the text a little, it says now:
"There’s a scene in which a young woman is confronted with the sight of her dead family members, who were slaughtered in brutal fashion by Major Loyd and his gang of cutthroats. You can't mix this with saloon brawls in Trinity style."
That was my point. It's odd that you think the movie is homogeneous, my thoughts were completely different, I find it very incongruous, an uneven mix of elements that don't go well together. There's far worse out there than this movie, of course, but like Stanton I prefer Time of the Vultures (haven't seen Giuda yet)