Protesters gather outside Dept. of Children and Families Office, demand release of records in 3-year-old's death 07/30/2020 4:32 pm PDT Comments WDAF / Wyandotte County By Dave D'Marko, WDAF KANSAS CITY, Kan. (WDAF) -- More than a week after the Kansas Department for Children and Families promised to detail its involvement with 3-year-old Olivia Jansen before her death, those documents remain sealed. Court records FOX4 has obtained independently show the girl was found in a shallow grave in Kansas City, Kansas, on July 10, covered in bruises from head to toe. An autopsy says she died of a brain bleed. Olivia's father, Howard Jansen III, and his girlfriend, Jacqulyn Kirkpatrick, are charged with first-degree murder, aggravated endangering a child and criminal desecration of a body. DCF said it can't release its own records until they can determine the death was the result of abuse or neglect. On Wednesday, people protested outside the agency's KCK office, upset that a law passed in 2018 to make cases like this public record is already facing resistance. The child's grandparents and others said they called DCF to report possible abuse numerous times before her death. Exactly what DCF did to follow up is still unclear. FOX4 requested records about the agency's investigations shortly after Olivia's death. But on Monday, the same day FOX4 obtained the court affidavit detailing the girl's injuries and cause of the death, the agency said it won't release documents about its handling of calls about Olivia until it determines if she died because of abuse or neglect. MORE: Protesters gather outside local DCF office, demanding release of records in 3-year-old's death - WDAF #ChildEndangerment #Desecration #Kansas #KansasCity #Legal #Murder #Update #WDAF Related Stories Dad, girlfriend arrested for murder after 3-year-old found dead Mom pleads guilty to murder in torture killing of Gabriel Fernandez Kansas City Police release video of suspect vehicle in killing of 4-year-old Boy's mom sentenced to life; boyfriend sentenced to die in torture death Charges against social workers dismissed in Gabriel Fernandez case Appeals court dismisses case against social workers in boy's torture death Jury recommends death sentence in murder of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.