More than 70 people were injured on Monday after a structure collapsed within the premises of the Indonesian Stock Exchange.
Police officials cordoned off the area as many people ran away and others were seen sitting on steps outside the lobby.
Meanwhile, Jarkata the police have ruled out a bomb as a cause of the building collapse.
The high-rise building, constructed in the late 1990s, is part of a two-tower complex also housing offices of the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation.
It was the target of a car bombing by Islamist militants in September 2000.