A Wangaratta man whose home was rocked by a murder suicide hopes coronial findings will provide some closure to the matter.
Greg Floyd entered Luke Chilcott's Belle Avenue home on Anzac Day 2017.
Mr Chilcott talked to the armed father-of-four inside the house, urging him to put the weapon down, but he shot his wife, Ora Holt, before taking his own life.
Heavily armed tactical officers had attended the property but the pair had already died.
Coronial findings will be handed down in Melbourne next Wednesday following an investigation into the tragedy.
I've been waiting ever since it occurred - there are a lot of questions from the day stillLuke Chilcott
Mr Chilcott and his wife, Tarn, will attend.
He still thinks about the incident every day and has questions he hopes coroner Caitlin English will answer in her findings.
"I've been waiting ever since it occurred - there are a lot of questions from the day still," Mr Chilcott said.
IN OTHER NEWS:
"It will be good to be able to close off that court process and spend some time knowing, instead of guessing for a change.
"It hasn't been an easy two-and-a-half years.
"As most people would assume, it won't leave any of us.
"You think about it every day.
"Every day, you wonder what could have been different."
The pair also hope to meet Victims of Crime CommissionerFiona McCormack in Melbourne.
While police have been supportive of the family since the incident, Mr Chilcott said he felt like they were in a "grey area" as indirect victims of the crime.
He has been in contact with Northern Victorian MP Tania Maxwell about the services available to victims.
"If we can just see this process made easier for future victims, then that would be a great outcome."
The matter will be a summary inquest, which will not involve any witnesses giving evidence.
A summary of the facts and investigation will be presented, rather than any further investigation or examination being undertaken.
She declined to comment ahead of the matter being heard.
Next week's matter is only expected to run for about two hours.
The findings into Ms Holt's death will be handed down.
The investigation into Mr Floyd's death will also be finalised at the same time through an in-chambers finding.