"You are coming to see me tomorrow? That's great!"
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This seems to be a recurring question, so I will endeavour to answer it here:
Why is there no 吗 in the question？
It is unnecessary. There is no 吗 because it is not strictly needed in the question here. It can also convey, as in this case, excitement.
When I see it, the first thing that comes to mind is that the speaker is excited for whoever is going to visit tomorrow, for example. It can also, as has been pointed out, be a rhetorical question, but that is just one situation where this can be used.