WIKIPEDIA: "On 15 January 2018, at the age of 46, while in London for a recording session, O'Riordan died suddenly at the London Hilton on Park Lane
hotel in Mayfair
The cause of death was not immediately made public;
police said it was not being treated as suspicious.
The coroner's office said the results of its inquiry would not be released until 3 April at the earliest.
On 3 April the inquest was cancelled with no new date announced.
Funeral plans included a service reserved for extended family and close friends.
A three-day memorial in her hometown, with O'Riordan lying in repose, lasted from 20–22 January at St Joseph's church. O'Riordan's songs were played, while photographs of the singer performing and one of her with the Pope
were placed along the walls.
On 23 January, she was buried after a service at Saint Ailbe's Roman Catholic Church, Ballybricken, County Limerick
; it began with the studio recording of "Ave Maria
" as sung by O'Riordan and Luciano Pavarotti
. At the end of the service the Cranberries' song "When You're Gone
" was played. Among the attendees at her funeral were her mother, Eileen; her three children, Taylor, Molly, and Dakota and their father, O'Riordan's former husband, Don Burton; her sister, Angela, and brothers Terence, Brendan, Donal, Joseph, and PJ; Cranberries members Noel Hogan
, Mike Hogan, and Fergal Lawler; former rugby union
player Ronan O'Gara
and her boyfriend Olé Koretsky.
O'Riordan was buried alongside her father.