The widow of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer says she has heard "nothing new" from the Jamaican Police - despite claims he is no longer believed to have been murdered.

According to reports, detectives are set to make a dramatic U-turn and announce the 58-year-old former Warwickshire coach was not strangled, but died from natural causes.

Woolmer was found unconscious in his hotel room on March 18, the day after Pakistan crashed out of the Cricket World Cup. Within days the Jamaican police announced the former England player had been been murdered, following a post-mortem examination.

But more than two months on, doubts have been cast on the validity of the investigation, as the Jamaican authorities appear to have made no headway in discovering exactly how Woolmer died.

Newspapers reported yesterday that investigators now believe Woolmer died of heart failure brought on by chronic ill-health. But speaking from her South African home last night, Gill Woolmer said: "I haven't heard anything new from the police and until I do I have nothing to say."