POSTED: Wednesday, February 15, 2012 - 10:06pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, February 15, 2012 - 11:11pm
Subpoenas have been issued for medical and pharmacy records from Whitney Houston's doctors, an official with the Los Angeles coroner's office said Wednesday.
Bottles of prescription medication were found in the hotel room where the singer, 48, was found dead on Saturday, assistant chief coroner Ed Winter said earlier in the week. He has declined to give details on what medications were involved or how many bottles there were.
It was also announced Wednesday that Houston's funeral will be streamed online Saturday by the Associated Press at livestream.com/aplive.
NBC New York is reporting that Aretha Franklin, Houston's godmother, will perform at the service.
After rumors that a public service would be held at Newark's Prudential Center, it was announced that the funeral would be private and invitation-only. The funeral will be held at noon ET on Saturday at Newark's New Hope Baptist, the church where Houston sang as a girl.
Fans have already left flowers, balloons and notes at the Whigham Funeral Home in Newark, where Houston's funeral will be held.
Also on Wednesday, TMZ.com reported that the singer's death certificate indicates she will be buried next to her father, John Russell Houston, who died in 2003 and is interred at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, N.J.
Houston was found unconscious and underwater in a bathtub in her room at the Beverly Hilton before a pre-Grammys party Feb. 11.
An autopsy has been completed, but results are being held pending the results of toxicology testing.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has announced that New Jersey and U.S. flags will fly at half-staff on the day of her funeral, though many have protested his decision.