Flowers and tributes are seen outside the home of Amy Winehouse in London July 25, 2011. An autopsy on Winehouse, who was found dead at the weekend, will be carried out on Monday, police said, as her parents thanked well-wishers at a makeshift shrine outside the 27-year-old's north London house. Reuters

Amy Winehouse will get a private funeral service Tuesday involving family and close friends.

Very few details about the ceremony are being released and it isn't entirely clear where it will happen.

But Amy Winehouse spokesman Chris Goodman told CNN that "it will be a small, private event for a few friends and family."

The British singer was found dead in her London home on Saturday. She was 27 years old. There have been speculations that she died of a drug and alcohol, binge, but no drugs or paraphernalia were found in Amy Winehouse's Camden home, according to police.

Police still don't know the cause of Amy Winehouse's death, and has classified it as "unexplained" but not suspicious.

An autopsy done on Monday was inconclusive and further toxicology tests will be done to find some answers. However, it could take several weeks.

Coroner Sharon Duff on Monday said an investigation will be launched on Oct. 26 to find out what killed Amy Winehouse on July 23.

The Hollywood Reporter stated that Duff released a statement noting that "a section 20 post mortem has been carried out and a histology and toxicology taken to determine the cause of death. The scene was investigated by police and determined non-suspicious."

A section 20 post-mortem indicates that "there is reasonable cause to suspect that a person has died a violent or unnatural death or in any other way which would require an inquest," according to The Hollywood Reporter's article.

Prior to the small details about the funeral being release, the deceased singer's father Mitch visited Amy Winehouse's home on Monday where fans created a memorial site outside. He thanked the fans for their tributes to his daughter.

"You people in the street I can't tell you what this mean to us," Mitch told those who were gathered to pay tributes to Amy. "It really is making this a lot easier for us. You know, Amy was about one thing and that was love. Her whole life was devoted to her family and her friends and to you guys as well. We're devastated and I am speechless."

Amy Winehouse had a promising future. She made it big in 2006 with the album Back to Black. But often times the singer's talent was overshadowed by her drug and alcohol problems as well as reportedly violent relationship with ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil.

Amy Winehouse struggled for years to kick her demons, but never won.

Us Weekly reported that Amy's mother Janis believed her daughter's death was "only a matter of time" After meeting her a day earlier.

"She seemed out of it," Janis said, according to Us Weekly. "But her passing so suddenly still hasn't hit me."

But her behavior in recent months showed that Amy Winehouse was in a dark place.

The five-time Grammy award-winner recently left a rehabilitation program around two months ago. She recently had a disastrous performance in Serbia where fans booed her because Amy kept faltering through songs and often left her band to fill in for her. The disappointed fans believed she was drunk.

Last week, Amy made a surprise appearance at her goddaughter Dionne Bromfield's gig at the iTunes festival at the Roundhouse in Camden. Though Amy looked much better from her Belgrade performance, she did show signs of intoxication as she was dancing oddly.

That's probably the last public performance Amy did.

Watch video of the funeral service here.

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