Detectives investigating the death of a six-year-old girl in an arson attack on a Birmingham house are liaising with colleagues in Bangladesh.
Last week, 18-year-old Daryll Tuzzio was convicted of the manslaughter of Alisha Begum, who died following the fire in Handsworth in March.
Hussain Ahmed, 26, from Harborne, was cleared by the same jury at Birmingham Crown Court of plotting the attack.
West Midlands Police is trying trace two other men, who are believed to have fled to Bangladesh, in connection with the incident.
A force spokesman said: "This investigation is still ongoing and officers are following a number of lines of inquiry. However, there are no plans at this stage or in the near future for West Midlands Police officers to fly out to Bangladesh."
Tuzzio, of Perry Barr, bought the petrol used to start the fire at Alisha Begum's home in a so-called honour attack against the family.