Instantiating object on constructor

so, still doing tests and got blocked on a new problem now

#ifndef InfraVermelho_h
#define InfraVermelho_h

#include "Arduino.h"
#include "IRremote.h"

IRrecv irrecv;     // create instance of 'irrecv'
decode_results results;      // create instance of 'decode_results'

class InfraVermelho {
        InfraVermelho(int pinoSinal);
        void setup();
        void translateIR();
        void readBotao();

InfraVermelho :: InfraVermelho(int pinoSinal) {
    irrecv = IRrecv(pinoSinal);

"IRecv" is from a lib i don't want to mess around with. As far as i understood, i need to instantiate it with the pin i'm going to use. So my idea were to do that on the single constructor i made for the class "InfraVermelho" but i get the error

"no matching function for call to 'IRrecv::IRrecv()'"

on line 7. I suppose i cannot just create a reference and later on instantiate ?
since i don't know the pin before using the constructor, i'm kind of lost on what to do.
Any workaround ? ideas ? Or am i just doing something wrong ?

Edit: maybe it's worth to mention that "IRrecv(pin);" is the only constructor for IRrecv (reason i got the error, well, at least there's no "IRrecv()") and there's no function to change the pin value later on the lib