LAS VEGAS — Two of B.B. King’s daughters said Friday they have enlisted a lawyer involved in the Trayvon Martin case in Florida and the police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, to review their suspicions that the blues icon’s longtime business manager looted his accounts and hastened his death in Las Vegas.

Attorney Benjamin Crump, appearing at a Las Vegas courthouse with another lawyer already handling a challenge to King’s designated estate executor, said he’ll take an independent look at King’s death May 14 at age 89 and the handling of his finances.

“They’re not being accusatory. They just want to find out the truth of all that happened with their father,” Crump said of King daughters Patty King and Karen Williams.

Attorney Brent Bryson, representing the B.B. King estate, and LaVerne Toney, the executor King named in his will, responded later that it didn’t matter who represents the daughters.

“The allegations against Ms. Toney are absolutely false and without merit, and we look forward to our day in court,” Bryson said.

Attorney Larissa Drohobyczer said she represents what she called a five-member family board of B.B. King’s 11 surviving children, including Williams and Patty King. Drohobyczer said she believes the music legend’s estate is worth between $5 million and $10 million.