Mukta was speaking to reporters after a function held here Saturday night.
"Now that the case has been transferred to the CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) I hope his killers will be arrested," Mukta said.
Dabholkar a renowned anti-superstition activist was gunned down in Pune by unknown people in August last year.
Hearing a public interest litigation earlier this week the Bombay High Court had transferred the case to the CBI.
"The work which my father was doing, affected interests of people who could have killed him," Mukta said.