The Supreme Court will have the final say over $340,000 in cash and jewellery left by a street-sleeper who died last week. Tsui Mong-gok, 76, died in Cochrane Street, Central, in her makeshift bed beneath a flyover on Saturday. Police believe the former maid had no surviving family. Last night her body remained unclaimed in Victoria Public Mortuary. Police found $341,784 in cash, a gold necklace and rings tucked into her blanket. According to police rules, the fate of unclaimed property worth more than $5,000 is up to the Supreme Court. Social workers will today try to find any surviving relatives. A spokesman for the Social Welfare Department said: 'The chances are very slim. If she had relatives here, she would not have been left alone . . . 'But we will look at her file anyway. We believe many older Chinese maids share the same fate.' A neighbour said Tsui had worked as a maid on the Peak until her employer emigrated six years ago, at which point she turned to the streets.