The glamour model had attempted to meet Boyle for her one-off TV show Katie Price: Standing up for Harvey, which explores her son's struggle with septo-optic dysplasia (causing under-developed nerves from the eye to the brain).
Price has continued to seek an apology from Boyle and Channel 4 after an episode of sketch show Tramadol Nights where the stand-up made several quips about Harvey's condition.
On Twitter, Price said: "Don't forget to watch the one off doc I did about harvey and shameful mouse frankie disgraceful boyle sky living 9pm tomorrow (sic)"
Price's complaints about Boyle's "highly offensive" material were upheld by Ofcom earlier this year.
Channel 4 chief executive David Abraham personally signed off on Boyle's joke about Harvey, it later emerged.
"[Boyle] clearly works at the edge of taste but that is also the place where Channel 4 needs to be, but to be so in a responsible way," Abraham said, before suggesting that the context of the material in a late-night TV programme had been lost when it was passed on in the media.
Katie Price: Standing up for Harvey airs tomorrow at 9pm on Sky Living.
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Watch Katie Price talking about Frankie Boyle on BBC Radio 5 Live below: