I would like to know if there are in the literature explicit computations of the volume of complex hyperbolic manifolds.

More precisely, let $\mathcal O$ be an imaginary quadratic number field, and let $\Gamma$ be the set of "integer" elements in $U(n,1)$, that is $$ \Gamma = U(n,1) \cap M(n+1,\mathcal O). $$

How much is the volume of the complex hyperbolic manifold $M_\Gamma = H_{\mathbb C}^n / \Gamma$?

The answer for $\mathcal O=\mathbb Z[\sqrt{-1}]$ is enough for me.

It's known that $$ \mathrm{vol}(M_\Gamma) = \frac{(-\pi)^n 2^{2n}}{(n+1)!}\; \chi(M_\Gamma), $$ where $\chi(M_\Gamma)$ denotes the Euler characteristic of $M_\Gamma$, but I couldn't find computed the term $\chi(M_\Gamma)$ in the literature.

Thank you in advance.-.