Bobbi Kristina Brown Case: Bobby Brown Wants to Bring 'Whoever Had a Hand' in Her Injuries to Justice

He said he's prioritizing her medical prognosis and the criminal investigation.

The focus for his family, he said, is on her care and the ongoing investigation into what precipitated her Jan. 31 hospitalization.

Added Christopher Brown, an attorney for Bobby Brown, "Bobbi Kristina is not going home to die, as numerous news affiliates and websites have reported."

Bobbi Kristina Brown, 22, was found unresponsive in a bathtub nearly five months ago and, after spending several weeks in the hospital, was moved to a rehabilitation facility in March. In April, her maternal grandmother, Cissy Houston, said that she had "irreversible brain damage" and "remains unresponsive." However, Alicia Etheredge-Brown, Bobby Brown's wife, said that her husband had been "encouraged by the steps that Bobbi Kristina has made."

"She has made it out of ICU, opened her eyes, and started a rehabilitation that will be long and hard," Etheredge-Brown said in late April. "We will hold on to all the blessings God gives us to help her at this time."