The President and First Lady wrote a letter that will be given to Ali's family by White House Senior Advisor, Valerie Jarrett.
The report was handed to the attorneys of Smith's alleged killer, Cardell Hayes, at a discovery hearing on Wednesday morning, writes ESPN.
On Thursday, Hayes was indicted on one count of aggravated assault with a handgun and second-degree murder in the shooting death of Smith.
As the days go by, intrigue continues to shroud the death of former New Orleans Saint defensive end Will Smith, who died Saturday amid a hail of bullets after an altercation following a traffic accident.
There is no evidence that the gun was fired, police said. They released information about the finding Tuesday after an attorney for the man accused of shooting Smith hinted that a second gun at the scene made his client fear for his life.
Though there is little information to show the suspect, identified as Cardell Hayes, knew Will Smith prior to the shooting, something else links the two -- a New Orleans police officer.