NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says that actress Mary-Kate Olsen will not be questioned by detectives about a possible connection with Heath Ledger's death.

There's absolutely no indication investigators were going to speak to Mary-Kate Olsen, Kelly said in a statement. They determined that they had all the info needed from witnesses who were on scene: That's the cleaning woman, the masseuse.

Following his death last week, speculation has been rife over Mary-Kate's involvement when the masseuse who found Ledger's body, called her before calling the police.

Police said they are waiting for toxicology reports on the Australian actor before they decide whether to charge masseuse Diana Wolozin for practicing without a license, Kelly also said Sunday.

At the time when Olsen received the calls, she was in California and has not spoken publicly about the calls. She has only offered: Heath was a friend. His death is a tragic loss. My thoughts are with his family during this very difficult time.

The 28-year-old actor, star of Brokeback Mountain and the upcoming Batman Sequel Dark Knight, died last week Tuesday in his SoHo apartment.

An autopsy Wednesday morning was inconclusive, and a cause-of-death determination will take 10 to 14 days, a medical examiner's spokeswoman said. Authorities suspect a possible overdose, but nothing has been confirmed yet. Police said six types of prescription drugs, including an antihistamine and pills to treat anxiety and insomnia, were found in the apartment.