The five-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter passed away on Saturday. Early post-mortem results have proved inconclusive, while an inquest has been adjourned until late October.
The Mirror claims that a concert featuring a host of stars may be held to celebrate Winehouse's short but hugely successful career.
"There will be no shortage of people wanting to sing," a source told the paper. "She struck a chord with so many."
They added: "It's an idea at the moment but hopefully the balls can be set in motion over the next few months when it isn't so raw."
Adele, Lady GaGa, Annie Lennox, Kelly Clarkson, Tony Bennett, MIA, U2 and Rufus Wainwright have all paid tribute to the 27-year-old since news of her death broke.
A private funeral service for Winehouse will take place in London later today.
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Watch Amy Winehouse's 'You Know I'm No Good' below:
Take a look at the messages left by fans outside Amy Winehouse's Camden home in the gallery below: