A WOMAN left widowed and critically injured after a diving-holiday accident will fly to Malaysia early next month after claiming officials repeatedly ignored her request for an investigation report. Leung Ka-hung, 35, lost her fireman husband, Cheng Pui-man, 39, when a speedboat drove over them while they were diving off Redang Island in Malaysia on April 9. Her face was sliced open and a tendon severed in her right arm, leaving her unable to work until last month. Ms Leung yesterday met Security Bureau officials, who promised to ask the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia to pressure authorities to inform her of the outcome of the official investigation. 'Without knowing what's going on, we cannot proceed with a lawsuit to claim compensation,' she said. The Malaysian boat driver was arrested after the accident, but it was unclear whether he would face charges. It is also unclear whether the Berjaya Group, owner of the resort hotel that helped organise the dive, could be held legally responsible. Ms Leung said Malaysian Consul-General Ahmad Rasadi Hazizi early this month promised to keep her updated, but had not contacted her since. He could not be reached for comment last night. She has yet to recover full use of her arm. 'My arm still hurts. I can't hold a pen and sign my name,' Ms Leung said. 'Doctors are still carrying out tests because they don't know to what extent the nerves and tendon will recover. 'I only returned to work last month, but it's difficult to work full-time and to have to undergo physiotherapy every day.' Lawyer and Democratic Party legislator Andrew Cheng Kar-foo, representing Ms Leung, hit out at the Malaysian authorities. 'We do not appreciate their delaying tactics. Their legal department and police should be more forthcoming,' he said. 'They need to clear this up - not just for this case but for a reputable tourist industry.' He said it would be difficult for Ms Leung to pursue a civil case without information on the criminal investigation. Ms Leung has retained a Malaysian law firm, which has also failed to gain information on the investigation.