Hong-Kong-based Khan is concerned that businessman Dave O'Neill has not got enough cash to secure the club's future if he buys outgoing chairman Eric Whalley's shares.
"I am coming to Accrington and I am going to write to everyone and ask for a meeting," Khan told the Accrington Observer.
"I do support Dave O'Neill's bid but if he hasn't got the money to do it then I think we all need to get together, pay off the debt, get everything out in the open and look to the future of the club.
"We don't want to go into next season with a 10-point deduction and this isn't about individuals. Accrington Stanley Football Club is the only thing that matters.
"I have put hundreds of thousands of pounds into the club over the last 14 years and I have never expected anything in return. The main thing is that the debts are paid off and the club continues to progress."