LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) -- Michael Jackson's body will return to his Neverland Ranch on Thursday morning for a public viewing on Friday, CNN has learned.
A private memorial service is scheduled for Sunday.
Also, a Jackson will, written in 2002, has been located, according to Jackson family lawyer Londell McMillan.
The question of where Jackson will be buried remains unanswered.
The singer's hometown of Gary, Indiana, is asking the family to send him there, according to the mayor's spokeswoman.
Gary Mayor Rudy Clay has been in contact with the Jackson family hoping to make that happen, spokeswoman Lalosa Burns said Tuesday. Clay told Chicago radio station WGN that he expects Jackson's body will, at the least, be taken to Gary for a memorial service he is planning for next week."I believe that his body will lie in state in Gary, Indiana," Clay said Tuesday. "Now, it may not happen, but I believe it will."
The Jackson memorial service is set for July 10 at U.S. Steel Works ballpark in Gary, Burns said.
It would be "a memorial that's fit for the prince of peace and a memorial that's fit for Gary, Indiana's favorite son, the greatest entertainer that ever lived," Clay said.
A burial site for the singer could be near a proposed Jackson family museum and a performing arts center, Burns said.
"The mayor had spoken with a contact of the Jackson family and expressed our interest in having that to be a part of the history of this great family," Burns said. "We have not received confirmation on that."
Jackson's father, Joe, visited the city last year and talked with Clay about a Jackson museum, Burns said.