Arrangements are being made to repatriate the body of Nora Quoirin from Malaysia.
It's being organised by The Lucy Blackman Trust after the 15-year-olds body was released to the family last night.
However, the charity says no further details will be released at this point for privacy reasons.
In a statement, the teenager's family also called for an end to unhelpful comments by family members or people claiming to act on their behalf.
They said they will only speak via statements issued by The Lucy Blackman Trust.
Nora's body was found on Tuesday, 10 days after she went missing from a resort where she was staying with her family.
Authorities ruled she likely died of starvation and stress, but a lawyer for the Quoirin's says they can't rule out criminal involvement.
Ongoing investigations in France are underway as is standard practice in overseas cases involving French citizens.