Bobby Brown reportedly had his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown evaluated by medical experts, partly for his own sake, before she was transferred to hospice care.

The singer flew Bobbi Kristina to Chicago last week to be checked out by doctors in a last-ditch effort to help her, or at least convince himself he's done everything in his power to treat and save her, People reported.

The Brown and Houston families then agreed to move Bobbi Kristina from an Atlanta-area rehabilitation facility, where she's been located since March, to hospice care.

Relatives -- including the late Whitney Houston's sister-in-law and Bobbi Kristina's legal joint-guardian Pat Houston and Bobby's sister Tina Brown -- have been at the 22-year-old's side this past weekend as her condition continues to worsen. According to People, Pat and Tina were spotted crying and hugging each other outside of the care facility.

Bobbi Kristina was found face down and unresponsive in her Atlanta home's bathtub back on January 31. She's been hospitalized ever since with little improvement and a grim outlook on a possible recovery.

"Despite the great medical care at numerous facilities, [her] condition has continued to deteriorate," Pat said in a media statement last Wednesday. "We thank everyone for their support and prayers. She is in God's hands now."