The incident followed a drama-filled encounter at Tynecastle that saw the 10-man Jambos snatch a stunning victory when 17-year-old substitute Jordan McGhee grabbed a late winner.
Left-back Kevin McHattie was dismissed for bringing down Dons striker Calvin Zola, while Gorgie assistant boss Billy Brown and McInnes were both sent to the stands following a dug-out confrontation in the seconds after McGhee's decisive strike.
Now the Scottish Football Association has confirmed Wilson was shown a red card after the 90 minutes following an argument with the Pittodrie manager in the Tynecastle tunnel and will miss next Saturday's trip to Inverness.
A spokeswoman said: "Danny Wilson was shown a red card for foul and abusive language after the final whistle.
"He will be suspended for one Scottish Premiership match."
Speaking before the SFA released their actions, Locke admitted he had not seen the disagreement: "I'm still waiting to hear the report of that one because I'm very much in the dark.
"I didn't know anything had happened until somebody brought it to my attention, so I don't want to comment on it because I don't know much about it.
"We will need to get clarification on it because I need to know who I will have available for Saturday."
The SFA also confirmed that the incident involving McInnes and Brown was not a fast-tracked issue, so would not be dealt with by compliance officer Vincent Lunny immediately.
The spokeswoman added: "If the incident is mentioned in referee's report, Vincent Lunny will write to the individuals involved and ask them to explain their actions."
However, Hearts do hope to overturn defender Kevin McHattie's weekend red card after a generous supporter offered to cover the £500 cost the administration-hit club will have to fork out for an appeal.
Locke is convinced his man won the ball in the penalty-box incident which led to Niall McGinn's second-half spot-kick equaliser.
And with Hearts currently banned from signing new players as a result of the punishments handed to them for breaking insolvency rules, he is loath to lose any more members of his squad and hailed the "special offer" the club had received.
He said: "I've had a look at Kevin's sending-off again and I think it was a good tackle. From my point of view, we don't have a big squad and it is one we will definitely appeal because I think he gets the ball and I don't want to lose a player.
"I certainly wouldn't appeal against something if I thought the decision was okay. But even at the game I thought it was a good challenge and after watching it several times I've not changed my opinion on that.
"There is a cost to lodging appeals and that has to be taken into consideration, but we have had an offer from a supporter to pay it.
"Whether we go down that route I'm not so sure but it just shows you that I'm not the only one who feels aggrieved by the decision and that there are people out there willing to help us.
"It's a special offer but it doesn't surprise me because the fans have been like that for the last two years."
Locke will be able to pick McHattie for the League Cup clash with Raith Rovers, regardless of his appeal, as the one-match ban he is due to serve will only apply to Scottish Premiership fixtures.