SPOKANE, Wash. -

Washington's Department of Child Protective Services says they do have a history with the family of a two-year old girl found dead this week in Spokane and have provided services to the family within the last year.

Adalyn Hoyt was found dead in her home Monday in the 3300 block of East 55th. Investigators found drugs in the home and the child's mother admits leaving her and her siblings home alone with her convicted felon ex-boyfriend.

Hoyt's cause of death was listed as blunt trauma to the abdomen.

CPS won't disclose what type of services they've provided to the family. They do plan to conduct a Child Fatality Review in the case. The state conducts these reviews if a child dies and had received state services within the last year. The goal of the review is to examine whether programs or systems need to be changed to prevent future deaths.