The 64-year-old grandmother wants to know when she can see her granddaughter so she can place her most prized possessions in her coffin - including a large plastic dinosaur in a bag.
Three-year-old Pataravut was among 23 children killed in a gun and knife attack at a children's center in northeastern Thailand on Thursday.
A former police officer stormed the building, killing two-year-old children in their sleep and leaving at least 37 people dead.
Usually more than 90 children attend the center but due to bad weather and a bus breakdown on Thursday, there are only 24 of them. Only one child survived.
himself following a manhunt. Her stepson used to attend the center but not for a month.
The motive for the attack is not yet known. But police said Kamrab was released in June on drug charges.
"When I heard the news of the shooting, I immediately fainted," Duangfan said. On his cell phone are photos of Pataravut taken
any daycares, this place regularly posts photo updates for parents - pictures showing happy faces, smiling writing or finishing pictures.
Another grandmother, Nipha Lowongsechaison, 46, said she lost her granddaughter and grandson in the attack.
"I was filled with pain ... [and] anger because there was nothing I could do," he said.