The troubled Internet retailer eToys said Monday it will lay off its remaining workers and does not expect any investment in the company before it runs out of cash at the end of March.
The company also said it expects its stock to be delisted from the Nasdaq Stock Market.
eToys said it has told its remaining 293 employees at its Ontario, Calif., and Blairs, Va., distribution centers their jobs will end on April 6.
Last month, the company laid off 380 of its 1,000 employees and told another 320 workers their jobs would end by March 31.
eToys' stock finished regular trading Monday at 28 cents per share.