A young man charged with the rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon could face additional charges when more evidence becomes available.
The body of the 22-year-old comedian was found on the Princes Park field at Carlton North by a passer-by about 3am on June 13.
She was killed on her way home from performing a comedy gig at Melbourne's Highlander Bar the night before.
Jaymes Todd, of Broadmeadows in the city's north-west, subsequently handed himself in to police.
A young man charged with the rape and murder of 22-year-old Melbourne comedian Eurydice Dixon (pictured) could face additional charges when more evidence becomes available
Magistrate Suzanne Cameron said it had been nearly 16 weeks since Ms Dixon's death, and the pathologist's delay in DNA results was 'unsatisfactory'
The 19-year-old remained still and quiet when he appeared via video link during a contest mention hearing at Melbourne Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Prosecutor Christina Teague sought an adjournment due to delays in the Crown receiving a pathologist's report and a statement from a biologist about DNA evidence.
Ms Teague said because 'the extent of the assault' was