I have been unable to trace when the false door was returned to Egypt but by Octovber 2005, Dr Hawass is reported saying that the tomb had been largely restored.
Hetepka was a royal hairdresser. Apparently when the Tokeley-Parry case came to trial, she was described in court as the "Vidal Sisoon" of ancient Egypt. Many reports say that the tomb was published by G.T. Martin in The Tomb of Hetepka (Oxford 1976) but I think this is the full reference:
MARTIN, GEOFFREY THORNDIKE. The Tomb of Hetepka and Other Reliefs and Inscriptions from the Sacred Animal Necropolis, North Saqqâra, 1964-1973. With chapters by Alan B. Lloyd and J.J. Wilkes and a contribution by R.V. Nicholls. (Egypt Exploration Society: Texts from Excavations. 4th Memoir./ Excavations at North Saqqâra.) xvi, 142, (2)pp., 86 plates (partly folding; 1 color). 5 figs. Sm. folio. Cloth. D.j. London (Egypt Exploration Society), 1979.All looting is deplorable but if tombs had Saqqara had to be looted then it is better that an already damaged tomb like Hetepka was the victim than a tomb like Maya. (Since most of the new reports of looting are in Lower Egypt, I have not been reporting them here, but I do try to keep the Looting Database up to date.)