Any diet can help support weight loss, if you're in a caloric deficit and you're able to adhere to it consistently. So, it's not critical that you do Keto, specifically, to see results, and in fact, for many, the Keto diet is difficult to follow because it is so limiting and prevents many from actually getting into Ketosis.
If you're open to suggestion, to support weight loss, you'll want to make sure that you're simply eating in a caloric deficit. This can be difficult to have exact math around, but you can start by taking your body weight and multiplying by 13. So, if you weigh 150, you can start with 1950 total calories per day and see what happens. If you're losing between 0.5-1 pound per week, that's perfect! If it's much more or much less than that, adjust your calories by 50 either way until you get to that rate of loss.
And, as mentioned above, sustainability and consistency with whatever food plan you choose is KEY! Being able to adhere to it on a regular basis is what is key to long term success. For many, this means purposely including foods they enjoy, as opposed to limiting entire food groups, as Keto tends to do.
Hope this helps! Feel free to reach out with any other questions!