First, I can't answer your question specifically.
Otherwise--you've read the most recent studies, and have seen that planned, attended homebirth is at least as safe as hospital birth in terms of fatalities: no more babies (or mothers) die at home than in the hospital. And, you've seen that more babies and mothers DO suffer various kinds of harm in the hospital, much more often, than occurs at home.
Even though I don't know the specific answer to your question, I can say this: it seems possible, or even likely, that some tiny percent of babies die at homebirth particularly *because* they did not have medical care close-enough to help them at a critical moment (though this reason for infant death at homebirth is very unusual). BUT--by the same token, we do know that some babies die (or are harmed) in hospitals DUE TO HOSPITAL PRACTICES....due to protocols, drugs, surgeries, interventions on laboring/birthing moms and newborns, that never happen at home. Die or are harmed due to medical things that mostly CAN'T happen at home--since midwives don't do surgery, or carry epidurals and other drugs/tools with them.
Life does not give us any guarantees, no matter what precautions we take. We can only look at the facts and decide what seems safest to ourselves in choosing where and with whom to give birth. No one wants to lose a baby, or to have their baby (or moms) suffer any form of harm, whether minor harm that passes off quickly, or more longterm/permanent harm. For myself, and most others who choose homebirht (I'd guess 'most', anyway), I'd rather risk the risks of homebirth--sticking as much as possible to nature's ways--than take on the risks of hospital birth. We know that some babies die, or have problems relating to birth, whether at home or hospital. We also know that more moms and babies suffer harm in the hospital, even if they fully recover.
So, if my baby is going to die, or suffer a problem of some sort, then I want to know that I did all I could, within nature's realm, to support a healthy pregnancy and birth...I would not want to experience a death or problem for myself or baby that was caused by medical practices. Even though the number of fatalities is about the same at home and in hospital--the amount of problems caused to mothers and babies at birth in the hospital, caused BY medical stuff (or for instance, virulent infections acquired only in hospitals), is far greater in the hospital. Therefore, I think on the whole that homebirth is safer for healthy moms and babies.