This comes a day after the main opposition party, DMK, asked people to hoist black flags atop their houses to oppose his visit.
Modi is scheduled to formally inaugurate India's mega defence exhibition - the Defexpo- at Thiruvidanthai, about 40 km from here.
T Velmurugan, coordinator of Tamizhar Vazhvurimai Koottamaippu, an umbrella body of pro-Tamil outfits including 'May 17', announced a 'black balloon-cum-black flag' protest.
The black flag protest would be held at the Alandur Metro Rail Station, Velmurugan told reporters.
Manithaneya Jananayaga Katchi chief M Thamimun Ansari said black flag demonstration would be staged at Guindy which is near the airport.
Ansari said volunteers from Tamizhar Kalai Ilakkiya Panpattu Peravai, a forum of art, literary and film personalities and Cauvery Rights Retrieval Committee, would also participate.
Dravidar Kazhagam said its cadres would stage a black flag demonstration at Saidapet.
Tight security arrangements, including a multiple-layer security ring, are being put in place for Modi's visit, police said.
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