The Dow Jones Industrial Average is set to go public next year.

But the company’s investors are already worried that the fund may not have enough money to make its first $1 billion sale, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The fund has about $1 trillion under management, according the filing.

The fund, called the Investment Company Advisory Fund, or IDA, was created by the U.S. government in 1999 to provide funding for public-private investment in technology, energy and other emerging industries.

The IDA was created to help companies and institutions like companies like Google invest in technologies and infrastructure, according a statement from the fund.

The IDA has received $8.2 billion from the government, according its website.

The securities regulator said the fund has received more than $8 billion in government funding since its creation.

The government has provided more than a half billion dollars in funding to the IDA since 2008.

The agency said in a statement that the IDP funds will “provide a new model for the funding of infrastructure investment.”

“The IDP Fund will serve as an independent, publicly-traded vehicle to facilitate the issuance of debt issued by private entities, thereby providing a new avenue for private investors to acquire a stake in infrastructure investment opportunities,” the agency said.

The IPO of the IDAP fund is expected to be held on March 21.

The company is looking for $1,500 per share to raise the fund, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association said in its statement.