Investigation Centre established after Melanie Floyd's death
UPDATE: Police have established an Investigation Centre at the Hendra police station as detectives continue to investigate the death of 28-year-old Windsor woman Melanie Floyd.
Hendra Criminal Investigation Branch Officer in Charge Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Damon Mulcahy said police were treating her death as suspicious.
"Melanie had been in the intensive care unit of the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital for several days and unfortunately she passed away yesterday," Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Mulcahy said.
"Detectives from the North Brisbane District and the Homicide Group are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding how Melanie came to be at the hospital.
"I would like to make a public plea to anyone out there who might have information in relation to Melanie to come forward and provide that information so you can assist us in our investigations."
Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Mulachy said a post mortem examination would be conducted tomorrow.
"We are hoping to get more leads from the examination and we have also conducted extensive door knocks in the surrounding streets and area where Melanie resided. Some of this information has been helpful."
Anyone who may have seen Melanie over the past week - particularly on Tuesday 12 April - should contact police.
EARLIER: A 28-year-old woman who was found with life-threatening injuries at an address in Windsor on Wednesday afternoon has passed away overnight in hospital.
Detectives established an Investigation Centre at the Hendra Police Station after paramedics were called to a Gallway Street residence around 1.30pm on Wednesday April 13 following a Triple Zero call.
Upon arrival they located the woman unconscious inside the residence with severe head injuries.
The woman was transported to the Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital in a critical condition but passed away last night as a result of her injuries.
Detectives are treating the woman's death as suspicious as they continue to appeal for public assistance to identify the cause of her head injuries.
Detectives are urging anyone who may have any information, in particular, anyone who may have seen or heard any suspicious activity in Gallway Street on Wednesday April 13 to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Detectives continue with their investigations.