The decision was taken in consultation with the ISL medical team after it was assessed Blasters did not have the requisite number of players available for the match.
Mumbai City are on a five-game winless run.
This is ATKMB's second successive fixture to be postponed.
Blasters are brimming with confidence after making it to the top of the table for the first time in seven years.
The win lifted Bengaluru FC to seventh place, just three points behind fourth-placed Jamshedpur FC. Mumbai City FC remained second despite the defeat.
Blasters had fielded many star-studded squads in the past, but none of them possessed the current team's self-belief or the unwavering fighting spirit.
It's a homecoming of sort for the Spaniard as he had guided East Bengal to a second-place finish in the I-League two seasons back.
Hyderabad moved up to second in the table with 15 points from eight games while Odisha are seventh having 10 points from eight matches.
Former Indian captain and assistant coach Renedy Singh has taken charge as interim head coach of the side.
Sahal Abdul Samad scored in the 27th to draw level for the Yellow Brigade. It was the striker's fourth goal this season and third in as many games.