The recall by his parent club implies he will miss their final game of the season at Swindon on Sunday which could possibly see him make his Palace senior premier league debut against Stoke City on home soil.
He told the club website: "We have to say a big thank you to Crystal Palace because he has played a big part in our League One survival. I'm pleased that he will now return to Palace and may get the opportunity to be involved in their last few Premier League games.
"His goals have been invaluable but he's also a great kid and was great to have in and around the place. "We will now look forward to seeing his progress in the future because he is a lad of great promise."
It was Kaikai’s second loan spell with the League One club