This would be within the realms of possibility. I would not rule out the existence of some kata for this, because there are hundreds of Japanese sword schools. But, it is unlikely.
To understand why, you need to know what a katana is. It is not a general term for a Japanese sword. It is not a weapon designed for the battlefield. A katana was one of the swords carried as a marker of social privilege (and responsibility) by the members of the Military Government. The other was the wakizashi.
They form a pair, because the katana is a long sword for two hands which is not suitable for all occasions. Indoors for example.
So, there are some techniques for dual wielding katana and wakizashi. But not very many. Situations where it might be useful include corridors and when surrounded.
But since people did not carry two long swords, there is no reason for there to be techniques for fighting with two long swords.
History aside, there are also mechanical problems. If you really want to use both hands, it would be far better two use two one-handed swords.