Well I see no responses to you so far, and while I am not familiar with your fridge (you did not mention fridge model number; style etc), you could try to use the fridge model number (look for it around the door(s) jamb as a start) and do a search on line for the manual (assuming you did not receive it from the Dealer) and/or for the correct method of removing the kick plate for your model fridge.
You could also try contacting the manufacturer or fridge dealer and request free tech support advice on kick plate removal for your model. Many fridges use kick plates that are retained just by several spring clips mounted across the rear of the kick plate. On some fridges you open the door(s) and then carefully un-clip uppers first along the length of the kick plate and then rotate the kick plate down and lift/pull off the lower clips. Sometimes actual mounting screws can be hidden by removable cover plugs that match the kick plate coloring. Failing that, maybe someone with specific knowledge will chime in for the "real solution".