$f,f',…,f^{(j)}$ is $\mathbb C$-linearly independent if $f$ is a modular form

Conjecture: Let be $f$ a modular form of weight $k$ and $j$ a strictly positive integer, then the set $f,f',...,f^{(j)}$ is $\mathbb C$-linearly independent in $A$.

Is that conjecture true or false? Do you know a counterexample or a proof?

Notation: Let $\Pi=\{x+iy\in \mathbb C|y>0\}$ be the upper half-plane, $Hol(\Pi)=\{f:\Pi\to\mathbb C|f \text{ is holomorphic}\}$, $M_k:=M_k(SL_2(\mathbb Z))$ be the space of modular forms of weight $k$ for $SL_2(\mathbb Z)$, $M_*:=\bigoplus_kM_k$, and finally let $A=Span(f^{(j)}|f\in M_* \text{ and } j\in \mathbb N)$ be the subalgebra of $Hol(\Pi)$ span (over $\mathbb C$) by the elements $f^{(j)}$ with $f\in M_*$ and $j\in \mathbb N$, where $f^{(0)}=f$, $f^{(1)}=f'=\frac{1}{2\pi i}\frac{df}{dz}$,...