Jane Goodall reached out to the zoo director with her sympathies. She said it appeared that Harambe was acting protectively. However, since it was after the fact, she expressed her condolences to the director. Her concern now that it was over was whether the females had been given a chance to see and to express grief. Sadly though, I'd read they were looking around for Harambe, so I don't think they let them see his body later. As an aside, this is an extension of the work Elisabeth Kubler-Ross did with death and dying for humans.
The mother, Michelle Gregg, made a very good and healing gesture by recommending that people not send her money, but send it to the zoo in honor of Harambe. http://www.people.com/article/cincinnati-police-conclude-investigation-into-endangered-gorillas-shooting-death And the family has no plans to sue. http://www.wlwt.com/...g-well/39821518