There will be no effect on those other chains since they are now independent of each other, the private key corresponding to your previous UTXO will still hold the same amount of coins at the time of their fork from bitcoin core.
Here is what happen when you run
-upgradewallet from: https://bitcoin.org/en/release/v0.17.0#upgrading-non-hd-wallets-to-hd-wallets
Upgrading non-HD wallets to HD wallets
Since Bitcoin Core 0.13.0, creating new BIP 32 Hierarchical Deterministic wallets has been supported by Bitcoin Core but old non-HD wallets could not be upgraded to HD. Now non-HD wallets can be upgraded to HD using the -upgradewallet command line option. This upgrade will result in the all keys in the keypool being marked as used and a new keypool generated. A new backup must be made when this upgrade is performed.
Additionally, -upgradewallet can be used to upgraded from a non-split
HD chain (all keys generated with m/0'/0'/i') to a split HD chain
(receiving keys generated with 'm/0'/0'/i' and change keys generated
with m'/0'/1'/i'). When this upgrade occurs, all keys already in the
keypool will remain in the keypool to be used until all keys from
before the upgrade are exhausted. This is to avoid issues with backups
and downgrades when some keys may come from the change key keypool.
Users can begin using the new split HD chain keypools by using the
newkeypool RPC to mark all keys in the keypool as used and begin using
a new keypool generated from the split HD chain.
For a proper way to upgrade to an hd wallet check How do I migrate my Bitcoin Core wallet to an HD wallet?