Nóra Quoirin's parents have said they are hoping for "more answers to our questions" following the teenager's death.
Negeri Sembilan state police chief Mohamad Mat Yusop said Thursday the autopsy found no evidence Nora Anne Quoirin had been abducted or raped.
The Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah binti Wan Ismail offered the nation's condolences to the family this week.
But they said their daughter "died in extremely complex circumstances" and they were still hoping to have "more answers to our many questions".
The family said they will be bringing Nora's body home "where she will finally be laid to rest, close to her loving families in France and Ireland".
A police source in Seremban said the officers - from Paris and Britain's National Crime Agency - requested to stay at the hilltop resort after arriving in Malaysia.
The police today (August 15) ruled out foul play in the mysterious death of Nora Anne.
Both officers have now left the country.
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"There were some abrasion and bruises on her leg but they were not likely to have led to her death", said Yusop. Other family members also have serious doubts.
And family lawyer Charles Morel said: 'The family are just concerned to find out the truth.
"We can not exclude anything at this stage".
Mr Gamble said: "In the villa we do know that the downstairs window was broken so it couldn't have been locked by the family and could have been opened from outside".
Sylvain remains similar sceptical of the idea Nora was simply lost in the Malaysian jungle on her own and went undetected for days despite more than 300 people leading the search for her.
They also thanked Malaysian authorities and search parties for their efforts locating the teenager.
Her family believed the teen, who had learning difficulties, had been abducted but police classified her disappearance as a missing persons case.
Her body was airlifted by helicopter out of the ravine - about 2.5km from the resort - and transported to hospital in Seremban town where her relatives identified it.
Search teams and local volunteers scoured the area around the resort for days before finding Quoirin's body.