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Bobbi Kristina Brown's family will be meeting to make the final decision on whether to remove the aspiring actress from life support, sources close to the family told Radar Online. Reuters/Fred Prouser

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family is scheduled to meet this week to make a final decision on whether the 22-year-old should be taken off life support, Radar Online reported Wednesday, citing sources close to the family. The daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston has been in a medically induced coma after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Atlanta home on Jan. 31.

While the Brown and Houston families have been feuding over Bobbi Kristina’s condition, the Radar Online report stated that the final decision on Bobbi Kristina’s medical treatment will be taken by her father. And while Bobby Brown will have a say in the decision, Bobbi Kristina's doctors have the right to veto his choice, Radar Online reported. A criminal probe has also been launched by police after they found suspicious injuries on her body.

Earlier, reports had surfaced claiming that her grandmother, Cissy Houston, had wanted Bobbi Kristina to be taken off life support, even as Bobby Brown remained optimistic about his daughter's health. Cissy Houston has traveled to Atlanta from her New Jersey home for the family meeting, according to the latest report. On Wednesday, Radar Online also reported of speculation that the aspiring actress may be brain-dead because the family was considering taking her off life support.

Although Bobbi Kristina’s family has given out few details about her current condition, sources have claimed that she has shown no signs of improvement.