According to this article from the Washington Post, not bloody likely.
Both parties have filed formal complaints calling on the agency to investigate their rival. Only McCain will automatically be subjected to an audit, because his campaign accepted funds from the Treasury. There is no requirement that Obama's books be audited, and FEC-watchers predicted that it could be tough to find the four votes needed to approve an audit, given that the panel comprises three Republican and three Democratic appointees.
But, of course, in the interests of bipartisanship, which Democrats are so noted for displaying, I'm confident that the required fourth person will step up to the plate, and investigate The Anointed One.