British Transport Police (BTP) have confirmed no further action will be taken over the death of railway worker Belly Mujinga.
On 11th May it was reported to BTP that a 47 year old lady, Belly Mujinga had been spat and coughed at while working in the ticket hall with two colleagues on 21 March.
Belly, died on 5 April, a few weeks after the incident at London's Victoria station, having tested positive for coronavirus.
She left her husband and her 11 year-old daughter behind.
BTP said they had held a "full and thorough investigation", including interviewing a 57 year-old man.
The inquiry involved reviewing CCTV footage of the incident and speaking to key witnesses.
They said the incident did not lead to Belly's death.
"Following a review of all the information, senior detectives have concluded that there is no evidence to substantiate any criminal offences having taken place, and that the tragic death of Belly Mujinga was not a consequence of this incident."
BTP said the matter will not be referred to the Crown Prosecution Service and no further action will be taken against a 57-year-old man from London who was interviewed in connection with this matter.
Detective Chief Inspector, Sam Blackburn said: "I know the loss of Belly has moved so many people, and I can assure you we have done everything we can to provide answers for her family."
"As a result of our inquiries, we can now be confident that this incident did not lead to Belly's tragic death.Our thoughts remain with her family and we will continue to support them as they come to terms with the loss of their much-loved mother and wife."
Belly's family have been informed about the result of the investigation. They will continue to be supported by specialist officers.