If you have not missed any payments then they are jumping the gun on asking her to leave.
Go to the meeting and see what they are proposing. If they do not have a legitimate reason for her to leave then consult a local Elder Law Attorney to see what action you can take against the Nursing Home.
Until we know specifically the reasons that they have it is hard to guess at what that action should be.
BUT it is not likely that they can remove her without cause. There are federal and state laws that protect a resident from being summarily discharged or transferred and threats to do so may be a violation of the law.
See Nursing Home Reform Act,
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