The decision came after the the GFA held a meeting with the Western Regional Football Association on Thrusday to find the cause of the death of the referee.
The Western Regional Football Association will also pay the full cost of the coffin to be used for the burial of the 21-year old Kyei whose proposed funeral for Saturday the 15th of March was refused by the Prestea Police on the basis of the unavailability of the autopsy report of the deceased.
The Ghana Football Assocation will pay for the funeral while the Police Service has satated its readiness to fully investigate the incident.
The GFA has also stated that more disciplinary actions are expected in coming days.
Referee Kyei Andoh was assaulted by fans of Gold Stars after he awarded a penalty late in the game to Naajoe United.
He complained of being attacked on his arrival at home but his condition worsened after a few days when he started vomiting blood and subsequently, passed on.
No arrests, though, are yet to be made by the Police.
By: Nathan Quao/citifmonline.com/Ghana