Sema creates a declaration for gro variable as:
auto $gro = $promise.get_return_object();
However, gro variable has to outlive coroutine frame and coroutine promise, but,
it can only be initialized after the coroutine promise was created, thus, we
split its emission in two parts: EmitGroAlloca emits an alloca and sets up
the cleanups. Later when the coroutine promise is available we initialize
the gro and set the flag that the cleanup is now active.