We carried out the multicolor surface photometry in BVR and griz filters parallel with stellar kinematic measurements from the long slit spectra for the low surface brightness galaxy Malin 2. The use of the multicolor surface photometry as well as the available HI rotation curve allowed us to construct the mass distribution model of the galaxy. Photometrical and dynamical mass estimates agree with the dark halo mass fraction of about 70% within four disc radial scalelengths (~ 70 kpc). We used our dynamical model to obtain radial profiles of the equilibrium disc volume density and gas pressure in the galaxy midplane based on the available HI and CO data. The observed molecular gas fraction appears to be much higher than in the high surface brightness galaxies for a similar gas pressure.