Let $(X,d)$ be a metric space and $(\bar{X},\bar{d})$ its completion. There is a list of topological properties Wikipedia - Topological property

Does anybody know list which of them are retained (inherited) for completion? For example

if $(X,d)$ is locally compact space then $\bar{X}$ may be non-locally compact space.(Consider the induced path metric space on the following subset of the Euclidean plane: $(0,1] \times \{ 0 \}\cup (0,1]\times \{1\}\cup \bigcup_{n=1}^{\infty}\{1/n\}\times [0,1] $.)

if $(X,d)$ is separable space then $\bar{X}$ is separable space.

- if $(X,d)$ is connected space then $\bar{X}$ is connected space.
- if $(X,d)$ is path-connected space then $\bar{X}$ may be non path-connected space. (consider the graph of $\sin(1/x)$ in the plane for positive $x$. )

I am interested in this problem in general, especially for the spaces with intrinsic metric.