ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the meeting will take place Wednesday in Kansas City.
The Chiefs suspended Hill from all team-related activities in April as a result of an ongoing child abuse investigation, but prosecutors confirmed earlier in June that they are no longer working the case.
While there's no active criminal probe, Hill and fiancee Crystal Espinal are still part of an ongoing case with the Kansas Department for Children and Families. Commissioner Roger Goodell recently said the NFL would not interfere until that investigation has closed.
With a potential ruling on the horizon, the receiver is expected to return to the Chiefs for training camp in July. However, the league has disciplined players in the past even when they were not charged criminally.
Hill's son reportedly suffered a broken arm and was removed from the custody of his parents. The wideout has denied being involved in any abuse.