But the public may never know what role Child and Family Services had in Tina Fontaine's life.
The province's children's advocate automatically investigates whenever a child dies while in care, but the reviews are not made public.
Ainsley Krone, with the advocate's office, says a final report will go to the province's medical examiner, the ombudsman and the cabinet minister responsible.
Fontaine's body was found on Sunday wrapped in a bag in the Red River and police are treating the case as a homicide.
Her death has prompted Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair and the Assembly of First Nations to renew calls for a national inquiry on missing and murdered aboriginal women.