A spokeswoman said: “The LSCB would like to take this opportunity to publicly express its deepest condolences to the family of Chloe Fletcher and everyone who knew her.
“Chloe and her family were known to a number of agencies, and the LSCB has commissioned a Serious Case Review in response to Chloe’s death.
“The review will establish whether there are any lessons to be learned about the way local professionals and agencies have worked together in dealing with Chloe’s case, and – if there are – identify what is expected to change as a result.
“It will look at the extent of all agencies' involvement in Chloe’s life and whether interventions reflected good standards of practice. It will be independently chaired and authored.”
Speaking in his capacity as chairman of Wirral LSCB, Howard Cooper, director of Wirral children and young people’s department, said: “The death of a child is always a tragedy, but the case of little Chloe is especially poignant, and has touched us all, especially those who worked with the family.
“All the organisations involved welcome the need for a Serious Case Review and are committed to co-operating fully with it.”