The independent review board looking into the death of Baltimore homicide detective Sean Suiter will hold a conference call on Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Originally, the board hoped to release its findings by Tuesday, but sources told WMAR-2 News the board still needs a few more weeks.
Detective Suiter was shot and killed in West Baltimore back in November, while on duty.
No arrests have been made in connection to his death, despite a $215,000 reward for information.
The review board is not conducting its own investigation into Suiter's death, it's only examining the investigation by the Baltimore Police Department.