In this grammatical construction:
X (doer)-は/が + Y (place)-で\に + Z (causer)-に + W (direct object)-を + Causative-Passive Verb (transitive verb)
What particles are used if the following relative clause is formed (hypothetically)?
Causer-( ) + Direct Object-( ) + Doer-( ) + Causative-Passive Verb + Place
I think that the most normal and understandable construction would be a causative-passive verb modifying the doer, but given this answer passive verb modifying a noun... I wonder the arrangement of the sentence with this verb conjugation.