Queensland's Coroner is set to decide whether to hold an inquest into New Zealand woman Warriena Wright's death on the Gold Coast last year.
The Coroner is looking into the investigation of her death after a trial in October found Gable Tostee not guilty of murder and manslaughter.
Mr Tostee, 30, was accused of killing Ms Wright, 26, after the two met via the dating app Tinder on the Gold Coast in early August 2014.
Ms Wright died after falling 14 floors from the balcony of his Surfers Paradise apartment. It emerged that Mr Tostee had restrained Ms Wright and locked her on the balcony after an altercation between the two.
The Crown argued Ms Wright had felt so intimidated by the unreasonable use of force she had died trying to escape, while Mr Tostee's defence lawyers argued her actions were not foreseeable and he had acted lawfully to defend himself.
Mr Tostee secretly recorded some of their date on his phone about an hour before Ms Wright's death, and the recording was a key piece of evidence in the trial.
The jury deliberated for four days before coming to a decision.
The Coroner's office told Australian media it was reviewing the case.
A coroner cannot hold an inquest while criminal proceedings are under way.