When I have asked, every commercial ocean-going vessel I’ve been on has provision for a refrigerated morgue. In the good old days, it was a cannon ball at your feet and six feet of sail cloth with the last stitch through your nose. Nowadays there are forms to be filled out and a coroner in the next port to demand habeas corpus.
What provision does NASA have for a morgue on ISS? According to astronaut Hatfield, there are no body bags and protocols leave a lot room for appropriate creativity. https://www.businessinsider.com/what-if-someone-dies-in-space-2015-4
Correctness would demand return to Earth and a hero’s funeral. What to do with Frank Poole until the hearse arrives? Cold is good. Vacuum is good. Keep Frank outside the ISS? Inside? Where?