Superior Court Judge Jean Leonard may want more information regarding the placement of the boy and more time to decide where he should be sent, court officials said.
Options include sending the boy to the Department of Juvenile Justice, alternative treatment or putting him on probation.
Discussions are expected at Friday's hearing, but a final decision is not expected to be reached.
Leonard, who could request a continuance on Friday, will most likely decide the best place for the boy would be based on the Probation Department's recommendations.
In January, Leonard determined that the boy, who has not been named in court, knew right from wrong when he fatally shot his white supremacist father, Jeff Hall, in 2011.
The boy, who was 10 years old at the time of his father's death, was also found responsible for his actions, which included second-degree murder, Leonard determined at the last hearing at the Riverside Superior Court.
The boy has been in juvenile hall since his last hearing.
Hall was a regional leader for the National Socialist Movement.