The death of a Harlem mom after undergoing a buttocks-enhancement procedure was declared a homicide by the city medical examiner, authorities said Wednesday.

The Manhattan district attorney’s office will determine if charges will be filed against the back-alley butt doctor who did the procedure on Latesha Bynum, 31.

Bynum had surgery July 15 inside a residential building on E. 21st St. near First Ave., across from Stuyvesant Town. About two weeks later, she fell into a coma and died.

An autopsy revealed that Bynum died from “complications of systemic embolization of silicone injections for cosmetic augmentation of buttocks,” city Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson said.

As cops investigated the doctor, whom authorities have not publicly named, they learned he set up his appointments covertly and used a Manhattan Dunkin’ Donuts as his waiting room.