An inquest into the singer's death opened Friday at Westminster Coroner's Court.
Police have determined her death to be non-suspicious.
According to her local newspaper in Ireland, "Ms O'Riordan's remains will be separately reposed at Cross' Funeral Home, Ballyneety, from 4pm, Monday, followed by her removal that night at 8pm, to St Ailbes' Church, Ballybricken for her funeral mass, Tuesday at 11.30am".
A public reposal is also planned on Sunday at Saint Joseph's Church in Limerick from 12.30pm until 4pm.More news: Key Battles That Could Decide Saturday's Clash Between Arsenal and Crystal Palace
Surviving Cranberries members Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan and Fergal Lawler paid tribute to their bandmate saying: "We are devastated on the passing of our friend Dolores".
(1993) and No Need To Argue (1994) and anthemic hits like "Linger" and 'Zombie.' The band went on hiatus in 2003 and O'Riordan would go on to release two solo albums, before the Cranberries reunited in 2009.
"I was totally shocked, it came completely out of the blue. It's very shocking for such a fantastic artist to die so young".
"I managed them for a year and a half at the very start".More news: Greitens attorney: 'Zero' chance governor will resign
"A lot of people in the music business can be frauds or fake and they want to be stars, but the guys and Dolores - maybe they wanted to be stars - but it was in a much more natural organic way".
Gilmore also recorded the band's first EPs, "Nothing Left At All" and "Uncertain". "It was really interesting". "It was really really nice". "Family members are devastated to hear the breaking news and have requested privacy at this very hard time".
"The lilt in Dolores' voice is incredible on it, beautiful". The energy she continues to radiate is undeniable.
"She was looking forward to seeing me in the studio and recording vocals".More news: Days for Life leader attends DC's March for Life