I am not sure what the problem is - I hope it's not the first signs of tomato blight, see here https://www.finegardening.com/article/how-to-identify-and-combat-tomato-blights. If it is blight, the plants will get worse and collapse, and all will be lost..
The pots you are growing in are not deep enough for tomato plants, so next year, use larger ones - 23cm deep as a minimum. I grew mine in much larger ones this year, 28cm with a diameter of 22cm, on a balcony, and I have had much larger plants with a larger crop. The other thing is to try to space them apart more so they get good airflow, which might mean you choose to grow fewer plants, given you're growing on a balcony. Airflow is as important as sunlight to help keep the plants healthy, particularly when it comes to fungal diseases. I realise your plants are sheltered from rain, but likely the humidity where you are is very high, which makes air flow even more important.
None of that helps you right now though - I wonder what you are using as tomato food. If you are not using any at all, then a specialised tomato feed will help the plants fight off infection, though it may not save them. Seaweed fertilisers can be used if you cannot get proprietary tomato food. You could try spraying with cow's milk mixed with water, 2 parts milk to 10 parts water, just in case the white fungal strands are mildew related, though I'm not convinced they are. I'm sorry I can't be of more help.