The family of a woman whose death was ruled a suicide has maintained doubts about the outcome of the investigation.
On Monday, Sheena Morris' family will meet with agents from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement who are investigating whether the woman's death was actually the result of foul play.
The body of Morris, 22, was found hanging in a shower stall in a Bradenton Beach hotel room on New Year's Day 2009. The medical examiner initially ruled her death a suicide, but the manner of death was later changed to "undetermined."
Morris' mom, Kelly Osborn, said she doesn't believe her daughter killed herself. After years of fighting to have the case reopened, a special FDLE panel reviewed the case in September 2012. The following month, FDLE officials reopened the death investigation.
Osborn said the Bradenton Beach Police Department, which was the lead agency on Morris' death, had closed the case without an adequate investigation.
Osborn, along with Morris' father, Dave, and private investigators, will meet with agents at the FDLE's Tampa field office Monday to present the case from her investigation. They hope to have Morris' death ruled a homicide.