Police investigating the death of a three-year-old girl say it could been some time before tests to establish the cause of her death are completed.
Lylah Aaron was taken to hospital after an ambulance was called to an address in Beck Road, Shiregreen, Sheffield, on Friday evening.
Lylah was taken to the city's Children's Hospital but died early on Saturday morning, despite the efforts of doctors.
South Yorkshire Police said a post mortem examination had been carried out but further tests are being undertaken. It is expected to be some weeks before the results are known.
Yesterday, 30-year-old Delroy Catwell, of Beck Road, Shiregreen, appeared at Sheffield Magistrates Court charged with Lylah's murder. He was remanded in custody and is due to appear again at Sheffield Crown Court on February 18.
Neighbours have expressed their shock at the death of a three year old girl at a house at Shiregreen, near Sheffield. Flowers and a large teddy bear have been left outside the house. Delroy Catwell, 30, has appeared before Sheffield Magistrates Court charged with the girl's murder
A man has appeared before Sheffield Magistrates charged with the murder of a three year old girl. Delroy Catwell, 30, of Beck Road, Shiregreen, was remanded in custody to appear at Sheffield Crown Court next Monday.
Police say an ambulance was called to an address on Beck Road on Friday night and a three year old girl taken to Sheffield Children's Hospital where she died in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Police are guarding a house in Shiregreen in Sheffield where a 3 year old girl was picked up by paramedics before she died in hospital. A murder investigation is now under way, and a 30 year old man has been arrested.
Police have started a murder investigation after a 3 year old girl died at Sheffield children's Hospital after being picked up by paramedics from a house on Beck Road in the Shiregreen area of the city. A 30 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.