Wright's father, Jermaine Van Dyke, will turn to journalists on Monday morning at a media conference outside the school, according to his lawyers.
Aylor and fellow lawyer Mark Peper will also provide an update of their investigation, the statement said.
What we know about the fight and Raniya's injuries
Raniya suffered serious injuries when a match struck out on Monday in her classroom, school employees said. It is unclear what led to the confrontation.
Officials said they stopped the fight and Raniya was taken to the school's nurse station. According to a sheriff's office incident report, Raniya was unconscious when paramedics arrived and they took her to a nearby hospital. Later, she fled to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, where she died on Wednesday.
Colleton County Sheriff's Office said that two fifth grade students were involved in the fight, which authorities described as a "physical deterioration" that did not involve weapons.
The authorities have not said exactly how Raniya was injured and officials did not detail the nature and extent of her injuries.
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No arrests have been made and the authorities have not filed any criminal charges for Raniya's death, the Sheriff's office said. Stone told reporters that it was too early to assume that criminal charges would be introduced.
But the participants were angry and disappointed to get details of the incident according to the station.
"Our board and district have received several requests for information. Due to the ongoing investigation and privacy law, we cannot share specific details at this time," said school council president Tim Mabry in a draft statement, WCSC said.
Grandfather says Raniya was a "good girl"
Hundreds of hands clasped and prayed in a wave for Wright on Thursday.
Pink-filled animals were laid at the entrance to the Forest Hills Elementary School by residents in the city of 5,100.
Raniy's grandfather described her as a young girl who would not be involved in violence.
"I just want to say one thing: to my grandson, she was a good girl. You know she was like 10 years old, and as a kind of person she was a herald in the church. Very much you know … she just good to go, "said Ernie Wright to CNN. "I mean, in terms of violence or something like that, she would never do it."