HALIFAX -- A bail review for a Dalhousie medical student accused of murdering a fellow student has been adjourned indefinitely.

William Sandeson was denied bail last October, but his lawyer had asked for a review of the decision.

A hearing was set for Thursday in Nova Scotia Supreme Court, but Sandeson's lawyer adjourned it indefinitely.

He would not comment after the hearing.

Sandeson is scheduled to stand trial next April on a charge of first-degree murder related to the death of Taylor Samson in August 2015.

Sandeson's murder charge came four days after Samson was reported missing in Halifax.

Police have said the two men knew each other.

Samson's body has never been found.