It does not sound like a big deal since it's a technical mistake and they can still identify your daughter with the info you provided (first and last name)
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No worries, this will not be a problem. If you are worried about it, write a letter to immigration updating the application. Also, if an interview is required, you can mention it at the interview to the officer.