The cause of Peaches Geldof's sudden death will be released in an inquest next week.
The mother of two was found dead at her home in Kent on April 7 with her son Phaedra playing by her side.
The cause of the 25-year-old's death remains a mystery after her autopsy came back inconclusive. Toxicology tests have been conducted to try to establish why she died.
A brief hearing will be held in Gravesend on Thursday (1 May).
A senior police officer will read a statement about Ms Geldof's death before the coroner, Roger Hatch, reveals the cause of death.
A full inquest is expected to be held in late July.
Kent Police previously said they were treating the death of the daughter of Sir Bob Geldof as "unexplained" but "non-suspicious".
Her funeral was held at the same church as her mother Paula Yates' funeral, with celebrity friends including Kate Moss, Jools Holland and Bill Wyman among the mourners.
Ms Geldof, who had two young children with her second husband, musician Tom Cohen, died a day after posting a picture of her and her mother online.
Paula Yates died of a heroin overdose in 2000 at the age of 41.