ANNA MARIA ISLAND, Fla. - State investigators are scheduled to meet with local police to discuss the case involving Sheena Morris.
Last month, a review panel made up of officers from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and other law enforcement experts met to go over the Bradenton Beach Police Department's investigation into Morris' death.
Morris' body was found in an Anna Maria Island hotel room, in 2009. Bradenton Beach Police ruled it a suicide, but Sheena's Mother, Kelly Osborn, is convinced the evidence points to murder.
Now, after reviewing the case, FDLE will take it's recommendations to Bradenton Beach Police.
Osborn said, "Things are moving in the right direction in terms of the FDLE compiling their information and getting that off to Sam Speciale."
Bradenton Beach Police Chief Sam Speciale said he welcomes another set of eyes. "If FDLE comes back and says, 'Chief, there are things here that we see, we believe you should open this investigation back up again,' we will do it."
Chief Speciale says if they reopen the case, FDLE would aid in the investigation. But, Osborn says FDLE should look into the case alone, because the agency has more resources.
Osborn says she spends every day reviewing Sheena's case, hoping to find the truth about how she died. Osborn said, "When things are quiet and nothing's happening, you know, you get that knot in your stomach. Some days it's a little harder to do the simple things because you're just kind of waiting on pins and needles."