Search and rescue operations ended after crews dug into the basement level of the crumbled building, CNN reported Saturday.
Before suspending operations, rescuers pulled a woman from the rubble alive. A 10-year-old crawled out of the debris Friday.
Another 42 people were injured when the building collapsed Thursday evening in Thane, 6 miles north of Mumbai.
The bottom half of the 8-story building was occupied, even though construction had not been completed, said Manoj Gohad, a senior local official.
Witnesses said construction of the building began just six weeks ago, the BBC reported. The eighth floor was still under construction.
A police official said substandard building materials appeared to have been used.
More than 100 people are reported to have been pulled alive from the rubble.