It appears that there wasn't sufficient security( per stated protocol) present when fire started. It points to lack of sufficient security or investments in security as required by the city regulations and company policy. Also, in all of 2013 the building wasn't inspected by the municipality. This is going to come down to corruption. Given the city codes and requirements I believe if they find wrong doing then there will be indictments of culpable homicide. Also, it was disclosed that another building approximately 25 kilometers in Villa Lugano owned my the IRM was closed down a few years ago for lack of proper security. This will end badly for IRM.
I am writing this from Buenos Aires, Argentina where 9 people died from a huge fire in what appears to be a shabby building controlled by IRM. I can tell you what will most likely happen: they will investigate and there will be arrests for "culposo homocidio" (culpable homocide) because the fire safety systems either weren't properly working or non existent or limited because inspectors were paid off. Corruption is routine in Argentina. A number of years ago there was a terrible fire in a nightclub and today there are about 12 people sitting in jails in Argentina some of whom weren't on the scene of the fire but had something to do with inspections or overseeing the department of inspections. This is going to be a lot costlier to IRM than many think,