A West Ham statement said: "We have immediately launched a full and thorough investigation into the incidents which marred the second half of today's match and are committed to taking decisive and appropriate action".
West Ham captain Mark Noble grappled a pitch invader to the ground and the struggling English Premier League club's owners were forced to flee their seats to escape protests during a loss to Burnley on Saturday.
West Ham United head into Saturday's clash with Burnley with veteran defender Pablo Zabaleta hailing the showdown the first of "nine finals" as the Hammers continue their desperate fight against relegation.
Tensions at West Ham reached boiling point during their 3-0 defeat at Burnley as fans invaded the pitch while others vented their anger at the club's board.
Soon after Wood had put Burnley 2-0 ahead a fan ran onto the brandishing a corner flag as things threatened to get out of control. But you can't cross the line and come on the pitch.
"An emergency meeting has been called with all London Stadium stakeholders".
After conceding 54 goals in 29 games, David Moyes' side now have the worst defensive record in the league.
If people come on the pitch I can't imagine they're trying to be unsafe towards players.
Whereas Upton Park provided a formidable atmosphere, fans are separated from the pitch by the running track in their expansive, largely taxpayer-funded new home.
When asked what he'd said to the players at full-time, Moyes responded: "I've told them that we are all sticking together - we're going to stick out chest out and go again".
Burnley displayed a ruthless streak as the situation deteriorated around them and Dyche was impressed by his team's composure in utterly surreal circumstances.
West Ham United have now lost three league games in a row by a margin of three or more goals for the first time since March 2008. The players know we did well today for long periods. However, both players are too inconsistent and will find life tough against one of the hardest working teams in the league.
"You could argue that we had coped with just about everything up until the time".