Autopsy to reveal cause of baby Elainaâ??s death

Toledo Police searched the detached garage at 704 Federal Street last week Thursday where she was last seen.

Investigators are still trying to determine the exact cause of death in the case of baby Elaina Steinfurth.

DNA results confirmed Tuesday morning the human remains found in an east Toledo garage are those of baby Elaina. The toddler went missing June 2.

Toledo Police searched a detached garage at 704 Federal Street Thursday where she was last seen. The house belonged to the mother of Steven King who is the ex-boyfriend of Elaina's mother, Angela Steinfurth.

Officials recovered "immature human skeletal remains" in a box hidden in the garage. Those remains were sent them to Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) for identification.

WATCH: Investigators said they searched the property before, but had never searched the garage.

King's mother, Julie King, told WNWO that her son led police to the human remains in the family's East Toledo garage.

WATCH: Elainaâ??s father, T.J. Steinfurth said the hardest part was informing his other daughter that Elaina would not be coming home.

The case against Steve King is scheduled to go to trial Monday, Sept. 16. King pleaded not guilty to a charge of obstruction of justice. Investigators said King and Angela Steinfurth made false statements to Toledo Police during the investigation into Elainaâ??s disappearance.

Angela Steinfurth is also being held on an obstruction of justice charge.

WNWO reached out to the Lucas County Prosecuterâ??s Office on whether this latest development will bring more charges against Angela Steinfurth or Steven King, but have not responded.

Read: Follow the latest updates for #JusticeforElaina