Bobbi Kristina Brown has shown “no improvement” even after being moved to an undisclosed rehab facility in Atlanta, after spending nearly two months at the city's Emory University Hospital, a source told Radar Online. The 22-year-old has been in a medically induced coma since being found unresponsive in a bathtub at her Atlanta home on Jan. 31.

“There is no improvement in Bobbi Kristina’s health,” a source close to the situation told Radar Online, adding that the daughter of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston was moved to the rehab facility “because of hospital policy.” The source also reportedly said that “the whole family is really hoping for a miracle but it is bleak.”

According to sources, the “reality” of Bobbi Kristina's health condition is “sinking in” for the family. Reports have claimed that her family has been discussing taking the aspiring actress off life support, though Bobby Brown is still optimistic about his daughter’s recovery. In mid-February, Bobbi Kristina suffered seizures as doctors unsuccessfully attempted to take her off the coma-inducing medication.

“It has gotten harder,” a source told People magazine last week. “He really thought she’d be better by now, that there would be some change. There hasn’t been any sign of improvement since this happened.”

Police, suspecting foul play in the case, have launched a criminal investigation after finding injuries on Bobbi Kristina's body.