Alberta police officers investigating the fatal police shooting of a 50-year-old man in Kamloops, B.C., last week still have some work ahead of them, as the two Mounties involved have not yet given formal statements.

Calgary police are investigating the shooting death of Wilbert Douglas Bartley on Friday in the parking lot of a mini-mall in the 200-block of Tranquille Road.

The two RCMP officers involved have both hired lawyers, and the Calgary Police Service said Thursday that investigators expect to receive formal statements "in the near future."

Investigators say that the two plainclothes Mounties fired two shots through the windshield of Bartley's Toyota 4Runner after he reversed and rammed the SUV into their unmarked minivan.

An autopsy was completed on Wednesday, and confirmed that Bartley died of a single gunshot wound.

Calgary police have now completed their on-site work, and are returning to Alberta to analyze the information gathered in Kamloops. They say a final report on the shooting can be expected in a few months.

The Commission for Public Complaints against the RCMP is monitoring the investigation.

Earlier this week, Kamloops RCMP announced that the two officers have been re-assigned to administrative duties while Calgary officers complete their investigation.