Animal rights campaigners are being asked to stop protests outside a farm run by the family of a woman whose body was taken from a church graveyard.
The remains were taken seven years after Mrs Hammond's death
Darley Oaks Farm in Newchurch, Staffs, breeds guinea pigs for medical research and pickets have been mounted outside over several years.
Police have asked campaigners to call off a protest on Wednesday, following the theft Gladys Hammond's remains.
The 82-year-old's body has not yet been recovered.
A police spokesman said: "Emotions are still high with Mrs Hammond's family and residents of Yoxall following the desecration of Mrs Hammond's grave."
He thanked campaigners for not attending a protest on Sunday following a similar request.
A further assessment of the possible impact will be held before the next picket on Sunday.
Earlier this week, police said the Hall family had received several threatening letters from a writer who claimed to have Mrs Hammond's remains.
A service was held on Saturday to rededicate Mrs Hammond's grave at the churchyard.