tl;dr: Keep the question and improve it (see below). Write up a better answer. Once we have a good, sourced answer, delete the old ones.
The implicit (notable!) claim is that homeopathy works, by some mechanism X. Debunking this mechanism X is well within the scope of this site: it’s not different from any other notable, testable claim.
Of course in a way the claim is in the “not even wrong” category of questions, as it’s so completely ridiculous in the face of evidence. But then so is the claim that “there is a god” – and a lot of sensible people would be enraged that I dare to dismiss this common claim without even acknowledging it.
Now, the claim “there is a god” has already been established as outside the scope of this site (with good reasons) but these reasons do not apply to the homeopathy claim.
The simile may be a bit tenuous but it serves to illustrate one point: just because some people dismiss a claim as laughable doesn’t make it less notable, or less accepted by otherwise sensible people.
Consequently, this mustn’t be our metric for accepting questions.