On the second anniversary of a Hong Kong national’s unsolved death in Queensland, police are asking the public for help.

The unsolved death of a Hong Kong national two years ago was likely a hit-and-run incident, police say.

The body of 25-year-old Shui Ki Chan was found on the southern side of the Warrego Highway, near the University of Queensland Gatton campus, on August 23, 2012.

His bicycle and helmet lay nearby.

Senior Sergeant Tom Missingham said police had received new information about the case in recent months, but wanted anyone else with information to come forward.

“It would appear that it may well have been that it was a hit-and-run crash,” he told AAP.

“But if anyone out there knows anything that can assist us along those lines, then we’d like to hear from them.”

Mr Chan’s body was repatriated to Hong Kong shortly after the incident.

“We’d very much like to finalise this matter and be able to notify the next of kin over there what our findings have been,” Sen Sgt Missingham said.

Detectives are approaching their inquiries as though the death was a hit-and-run.

“We also believe that it’s more than likely that it was a motor car, not a heavy vehicle, that struck the bike,” Sgt Missingham said.