A Hillcrest man accused of killing his three-year-old daughter has walked from court after he was granted bail. Matthew Lee Williamson, 28, appeared in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday morning, charged with the manslaughter of his daughter&nbsp;Kyhesha-Lee Joughin. He also faces a charge of&nbsp;cruelty to children under 16.&nbsp; Kyhesha-Lee's body was found at the Petrie unit she shared with her father on March 30. Mr Williamson was charged late Friday afternoon and spent that night in the Brisbane Watch House. In opposing bail, police prosecutor Senior Sergeant Mark Gorton said Kyjesha-Lee died in "squalid circumstances" when her "injuries went unheeded". Senior Sergeant Gorton said Kyjesha-Lee had suffered injuries as a result of trauma, from "falling, being fallen upon". But defence lawyer Jim Coburn, for the accused, said Mr Williamson had co-operated fully with police since the moment he made a triple-0 call on the day of his daughter's death. "When police attended (the unit), my client was attempting to resuscitate the child," he said. "...(The co-accused) was the one who took flight ... he did not wait for the authorities to show up." That man, 44, was jailed for nine months in Grafton Magistrates Court last month for a string of driving offences after being pulled over in northern New South Wales on a routine traffic stop. His name is subject to a suppression order. Mr Coburn said Mr Williamson, who sat silently in the dock with his wearing standard brown prison garb, had been diagnosed with depression, for which he had been receiving treatment. Mr Coburn said Mr Williamson had been staying with his family at his father's house since March, which provided a stable and safe environment for his client. "This day has been coming for two months, he's known that," he said. "...He's still a young man ... who has co-operated every step of the way." After the bail hearing that lasted about 15 minutes, Magistrate Linda Bradford-Morgan granted bail on the condition that he has no contact with his two-year-old son and no unsupervised contact with any child, including his four-year-old niece.&nbsp; He must also live with his father, sister and neice at Hillcrest.&nbsp; Outside court, Mr Coburn said his client intended to plead not guilty to all charges. "He's obviously suffering, so far as the fact that he's lost his daughter," he said. "But the reasons for that will all come out in due course." Mr Coburn said his client was happy with the magistrate's decision to grant bail. "He'll be pleased to get back to his family," he said. The matter was adjourned until July 1. *CORRECTION:&nbsp;A previous version of this story incorrectly referred to the accused as Michael Lee Williamson rather than Matthew Lee Williamson.