Police have named the woman who was found dead in Tauranga on February 14.
She was Jessie Lee Booth, 30, of Tauranga.
Her death is being investigated as a homicide and enquiries into her death are ongoing.
"Early enquiries continue to suggest her death is connected to the incident where two men died in Omanawa, and the firearms incident that resulted in the death of Anthony Fane," police said in a statement.
Booth was found dead at a Lynwood Place property and was understood to have been "dead for a couple of days" as a result of a "domestic incident".
Police aren't seeking anyone else in relation to her death at this stage, and they extend their sympathies to her family and friends.
On February 15 police announced a 25-year-old man had been charged with the murder of the two men at an Omanawa property. He had been arrested the previous day after being cornered by the armed offenders squad in Christchurch.
The arrest also followed a dramatic police chase and shootout on February 13 which ended with the death of the driver Anthony Fane. The vehicle he had been driving was wanted in connection with the double homicide.