Trainer Murray Stevenson and physiotherapist Darryn Lifson had worked with Woolmer before the former England batsman died in Jamaica during the World Cup in March.
Jamaican police said on Tuesday that Woolmer, 58, was not murdered as they had previously thought but had died of natural causes.
"We are not extending the contracts of Woolmer's support staff after their tenures finished this month," Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) operations director Zakir Khan told AFP.
Lifson and Stevenson, both from South Africa, were hired on Woolmer's recommendation in 2004.
The duo were with the Pakistan team during the World Cup and they returned to South Africa two weeks after Woolmer's death.
Khan said the PCB was assessing its options.
"We have identified some new people and will hopefully decide before Pakistan's tour to Scotland early next month," said Khan. Pakistan will play one-off internationals with India and Scotland.
Pakistan are also due to choose Woolmer's successor later this week.