Police trust Janice Farman, 47, was killed by robbers, who stole trinket and income before evading in her car.
Officers were called to a skill in Albion during around 1am on Friday and found Ms Farman’s physique in bed.
They also detected her 10-year-old autistic son, who they upheld into a caring of a child growth unit.
Officers on a Indian Ocean island are now sport 3 suspects.
A military orator said: “The automobile has been found. It will be examined and we wish we will get justification from a vehicle.”
Ms Farman, suspicion to creatively be from Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, was handling executive of PECS Data Services in Mauritius.
Stephen Littlechild, organisation handling executive of PECS Data Services, paid reverence to “wonderful” Ms Farman who was “brutally murdered”.
“In perspective of these comfortless events, we have motionless to tighten a Mauritius bureau today, so we can make certain all a group have entrance to counsellors and as a symbol of honour to a smashing lady,” he said.
“Our thoughts are with Janice’s family, friends and colleagues.”
Another colleague, who did not wish to be named, said: “She is a many amicable lady we have met in my life. She would never demur to offer her assistance as and when needed.
“As a friend, she would assistance me each time we would be in distress.”
A Foreign Office orator said: “We are aiding a family of a British lady following her genocide in Mauritius and are in hit with a internal authorities.”