The mother of a Cedar Rapids toddler is dropping a wrongful death lawsuit against the child’s father and his ex-girlfriend, who are charged with first-degree murder in the girl’s death.

Kamryn Schlitter died in March 2010, a week after medics found her suffering from seizure-like symptoms at a Hiawatha apartment. Her death was ruled a homicide.

The Gazette reports the toddler’s mother, Nicole King, filed for dismissal of the lawsuit on July 7. In the lawsuit, she accused Zyriah Schlitter, of Cedar Rapids, and Amy Parmer, of Hiawatha, of causing her daughter’s death.

The Cedar Rapids newspaper says King’s attorney, Mark Liabo, was out of his office until Friday. Penny Galvin, a victim’s advocate, told The Gazette that King declined to comment on why she’s dropping the lawsuit.