Mike Thalassitis" inquest will take place just days before "Love Island" returns.
The reality TV star was tragically found dead aged 26 in woodland near his home last month, and the judicial inquiry into his passing is scheduled to take place on May 29 at HM Coroners Court in Barnet, north London, according to Mirror Online.
"Love Island" is expected to return just days later in early June, with show host Caroline Flack revealing last week that the ITV2 programme was due to begin shooting.
Speaking last week, she said: "What's really exciting about this week is that we start filming for "Love Island" 2019.
"And by the end of the week I'm going to have potentially have seen the cast for this year, which is really exciting.
"And mad that's it's come around this quick! So I'll let you know what happens. It's going to be a long, hot summer and all that."
But some have called for "Love Island" to take a break following Mike's death.
Malin Andersson, who appeared in the 2016 series of the show, asked her Twitter followers: "Do you think Love Island should air this summer? (sic)"
She then wrote: "I reckon the bad outweighs the good (sic)"
Sophie Gradon - who starred on the show the same year as Malin - was found dead in her flat last June.
Malin has previously deemed the show's aftercare "not enough" after Sophie's death.
She said: "I don't blame the show itself, because we asked to go on it, but I think the care received wasn't enough.
"If someone is crying for help, like Sophie kind of did, and asked for help after it, with a psychiatrist or whatever. I think that they should have noted that and realised.
"We have psych tests before the show, to see if we're fit to be in the villa. But afterwards, we need more support coming out."