“We will make a further statement once those discussions have concluded.”
A spokesman for Mr Kyle declined to comment on his absence from the committee.
At the hearing on June 25, the committee will hear from ITV’s chairman Sir Peter Bazalgette and chief executive Dame Carolyn McCall.
The MPs will also question Tom McLennan, the executive director of The Jeremy Kyle Show, and Graham Stanier who is director of aftercare at ITV and responsible for the welfare of participants in the show, Mr Collins said.
The inquiry will invite a range of former participants and programme-makers to give evidence over the coming months.
Mr Dymond, 63, died around a week after reportedly failing a love-cheat lie-detector test on Kyle’s confrontational daytime programme.
The construction worker was found in his room in Portsmouth on May 9 after splitting from on-off fiancee Jane Callaghan.
His death came amid growing scrutiny over the duty of care reality TV shows have to participants.
Love Island has returned to ITV2 after coming under increased scrutiny over the show’s aftercare following the deaths of former contestants Sophie Gradon and Mike Thalassitis.
ITV recently announced an enhanced duty of care process for participants on the show, including a minimum of eight therapy sessions for contestants.