Here are a couple of articles found in Sage Research Methods Online which give good definitions of what a Systematic Literature Review is and how to do one:
Dempster, M. (2003). Systematic review. In Robert L. Miller, & John D. Brewer
(Eds.), The A-Z of Social Research. (pp. 312-317). London, England: SAGE
Publications, Ltd. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9780857020024.n110
Pittaway, L. (2008). Systematic Literature Reviews . In R. Thorpe, &
R. Holt (Eds.), The SAGE Dictionary of Qualitative Management Research.
(pp. 217-219). London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications Ltd.
Crisp, B.R. (2015). Systematic reviews: a social work perspective. Australian
Social Work, 68 (3): 284-295. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0312407X.2015.1024266
This web site collects systematic reviews in process. By reviewing them, you can see what is included in a systematic review.
This Monograph series is an open access collection of peer-reviewed systematic reviews. "Campbell systematic reviews follow structured guidelines and standards for summarizing the international research evidence on the effects of interventions in crime and justice, education, international development, and social welfare." Registration and protocols are available from the Campbell Collaboration Library of Systematic Reviews.
Here are some general suggestions for organizing your paper.
4) Some final thoughts: