Experts had assumed the remains were of Mozart's maternal grandmother and a niece. But DNA analysis showed that none of the skeletons in the grave were related, making it impossible to prove that the skull was Mozart's, Parson said.
So basically, the material from the grandmother's grave is unrelated to the material from the niece's grave and neither is related to the skull (picture below).
Which means that grandma or the niece, or both, may not be members of the Mozart family (i.e. that one, or both, of the graves are not correctly identified).