Police in Jamaica were yesterday still trying to determine what killed Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer, calling his death "suspicious".
Woolmer was found in his vomit-splattered hotel room on Sunday morning, a day after his team were upset by Ireland during the Cricket World Cup.
A 10-man forensics team was working in the 12th-floor room where Woolmer died, though authorities have said nothing points to homicide.
A former Pakistani player speculated that Woolmer was killed by gambling interests, while a Pakistan team official said there had been blood and vomit in the room.
Mark Shields, deputy commissioner of Jamaica's police, said: "There is no evidence it's a homicide, but we're waiting for further information from the pathologist before we make any more statements."
Woolmer, who was 58 and lived in South Africa, was found unconscious in his Kingston hotel room and was pronounced dead after being transferred to a hospital.
The day before, Pakistan had been stunned by Ireland in a victory that assured Pakistan's early exit from the World Cup.
Shields told a news conference that police had "sufficient information to continue a full investigation into the death of Mr Woolmer, which we are now treating as suspicious".
He also said police were questioning the Pakistan cricketers. He could not say if the interviews would be finished by Saturday, when the team were due to leave Jamaica.
Woolmer's wife, Jill, was interviewed on Indian television on Wednesday and discounted conspiracy theories.
Regarding the loss to Ireland, she said: "He e-mailed me the next morning. He did mention he was really depressed and could not believe how this could have happened." - Sapa-AP