A 22-month-old girl who died after falling from the window of a house with her mother has been named by police.
Amrita Kaur died on Tuesday morning after she was found unconscious outside a house in Delamere Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire Police said.
Her 36-year-old mother was also injured in the incident and was later arrested on suspicion of her daughter’s murder.
The woman, who has not been named, remains in hospital in a critical condition, officers said.
Amrita and her mother were discovered in the back garden of the end-terrace house by a neighbour who called police and paramedics.
They appeared to have fallen from a first-floor window.
Both were taken to hospital but Amrita died soon afterwards.
People living in the quiet, residential street described their shock at what happened in the house many thought was empty.
According to reports, neighbour Mohammed Yaseen raised the alarm after he was alerted by the woman banging on a bin before he and a local window cleaner tried to help with first aid.
Another neighbour, Masood Rana, described how he witnessed the heartbreaking scene of Amrita being carried out to an ambulance.
Mr Rana said he and his neighbours believed the house was empty.
Other neighbours said they believed the woman and the child had lived in the house for around three months.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said today: “The child who died in an incident at a house in Bradford on Tuesday has been named as Amrita Kaur.
“Amrita, who was 22 months old, was taken to hospital following the incident in Delamere Street, but died a short time later.
“A 36-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
“She remains in hospital in a critical condition.
“Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident, but are asking anyone with information to contact them on 101.”
A post-mortem was carried out on Tuesday which revealed that Amrita died of “injuries consistent with a fall”.