Staff at Quinn Industrial Holdings will march through Derrylin, Co Fermanagh this afternoon.
It's after one of the company's director's was abducted, beaten and dumped at the side of the road on Tuesday night.
Kevin Lunney was taken from near his home in Co Fermanagh, and later found with serious injuries in Co Cavan.
Locals will join QIH staff this afternoon as they march through Derrylin to show they do not support the violence.
Quinn employees have previously been the target of a series of arson attacks and acts of intimidation.
The PSNI said there has been an "ongoing situation in the area for some time," noting that this week's abduction is the "most severe and savage attack" there has been at the company or in the area.
Today's protest will start at the company's headquarters in Derrylin at 3pm.
Speaking on Newstalk Breakfast this morning, Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan again condemned the "depraved and insidious" attack earlier this week.
He said: "Of course, we need to make sure no stone is left unturned.
"I've spoken to community leaders in the area, I've spoken to people involved in the Quinn group.
"Everybody shares what is a widespread revulsion with what happened to Kevin Lunney.
"We're working on it - I was in touch with the Garda Commissioner, and I know a senior Garda team is in the area. There is a significant investigation underway, which is a partnership investigation with the PSNI."
Minister Flanagan added he's been assured that "all reports of criminal damages" have been investigated, and suggested it's "not particularly true that there hasn't been one arrest".