Gary Coleman's loved ones are getting ready to say their final goodbyes.
The late actor's funeral will be held Friday or Saturday at a funeral home in Salt Lake City, Utah, his attorney Randy Kester told Radaronline.
The service will be held at a funeral home, Kester said, adding that Coleman's family is "still deciding" whether to keep the event private or open to the public.
The 4-foot-8 star of 1980s sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes" died on Friday at age 42; after a fall, he suffered a brain hemorrhage, and had slipped into a coma by Thursday afternoon.
Coleman's attorney declined to divulge additional details, "like if he had a legal will or if he will be buried or cremated," he told Radar.
He added that Coleman's wife Shannon, who was by his side when he passed away, "is still shocked that Gary is gone" but is going ahead with funeral preparations.
The new issue of Us Weekly reveals new details surrounding Coleman's death: the star's fatal fall occurred just after he had undergone an intense 4-hour dialysis session.
Coleman's pal Jeremy Spence tells Us that the actor was "pretty weak" after his treatment, required thrice weekly to treat his congenital kidney disease. "He just wanted to go home, but...he had no strength at all."
Driving himself home from the hospital, Coleman arrived at his house around 3 p.m.; he slipped and hit his head, causing a one-inch gash. Price called 911 soon thereafter.
In a statement read aloud by her brother on Friday, Shannon Price said that it was "so comforting to the family to know how beloved [Coleman] still is."