Amanda Antoni's final hours investigated by Calgary police

Investigators now believe Amanda Antoni was dead for two days before her body was discovered and are looking to the public for help in piecing together her final days.

RCMP behavioural sciences unit called in to assist with investigation

There were signs of a violent incident at the Castleridge home where Amanda Antoni was found dead by her husband in October, say Calgary police. (Facebook)

Investigators are looking for help in tracking Amanda Antoni's activities in the days and hours before her death.

The 31-year-old's body was discovered by her husband in their home in October but now police believe she had been dead for two days.

With help from the medical examiner, it was determined she died between 7-7:30 p.m. on Oct. 24. At the time of the discovery of her body, police said there were signs of a violent incident in the Castleridge home.

Lee Antoni, Amanda's husband, had been out of town over the weekend and was not considered a suspect.

Antoni was suffering from migraines and police believe she may have run errands over the weekend to local herbalists or pharmacies for medication.

She was driving a four-door 2012 black Chevrolet Cruze.

Anyone who had contact with Antoni on Friday or Saturday is asked to call police at 403-266-1234 or Calgary Crime Stoppers

Investigators are also asking anyone who witnesses any suspicious activity around her home in the 0-100 block of Castleridge Way N.E. on the Saturday evening to get in touch.

Antoni's death is considered suspicious and the homicide unit is leading the investigation. The behavioural sciences branch of the RCMP has also been called in to assist.