The woman was one of five victims killed when Nordine Amrani went on the rampage in Liège city centre on Tuesday throwing grenades at people waiting at a bus stop and discharging an automatic weapon.
The death toll originally set at 5 was reduced to four on Wednesday because the 75-year-old woman had not been declared dead officially. Now that this has happened the death toll stands at 5 again.
In addition to this woman two boys aged 15 and 17 were killed as well as the attacker and a 17-month-old toddler. Over 100 people were injured.
Next to to these five Amrani is also believed to have murdered a 50-year-old care worker for the elderly. Her body was recovered from Amrani's lock-up. She is thought to have been killed some two and a half hours before Amrani ran amok on the Place Saint-Lambert.
On Wednesday Crown Prince Filip and Princess Mathilde visited Liège together with Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo and signed the Book of Condolences. A national ceremony of remembrance will be staged too. Members of the public have laid many flowers at the bus shelter where the attack occurred.