(CNN) -- The legal team for Raymond Davis, a CIA contractor accused of killing two Pakistani men, received documents Tuesday that it had requested in the case.
Chaudhry Numan Atiq, a lawyer for one of the shooting victims, said the case has been adjourned until March 16 when Davis is expected to be formally charged.
Davis' lawyer had asked the government to provide documents outlining the evidence against him. The paperwork was delivered Tuesday.
The Lahore Lower Court court ruled last Thursday that Davis does not have diplomatic immunity.
The court said Davis didn't enjoy protected diplomatic status because neither he nor the Pakistani government provided documents proving that he was a diplomat.
On Monday, the Lahore High Court will take up the matter again when the federal government will submit its opinion on whether Davis enjoys immunity.
The case has strained relations between the United States and Pakistan, a key ally in the war against al Qaeda and the Taliban in neighboring Afghanistan, and the shooting deaths have outraged many Pakistanis.
Davis has said the January 27 shooting occurred after two men attacked him as he drove through a busy Lahore neighborhood, according to the U.S. Embassy.
U.S. officials originally said Davis was a diplomat and later revealed he is a CIA contractor, intensifying the already highly charged situation.
CNN's Samson Desta and journalist Nasir Habib contributed to this report.