I recommend you rather use the table chart and specify 9 expressions or use the SmartReporting extension found on branch.qlik.com
The only way to create this is to add an other dimension value to the the set of 01,02 and totals(new field) and this new field total displays 3 other colums like the total actuals, total budget and total gap which are based on the calculations you needed.
Or go with a custom visualization which provides the totals row wise.
You can add an extra field to your data model for the dimension (Group Name?) whose data values are on the top showing 01 , 02 etc... as dimension values.
Open the data load editor and do something like the following to create the new field:
//this will associate all groups with themselves.
[Group Name] as [Group Name with Totals]
//this will ALSO associate all groups with a new value called Total. So the measures will show totals for all values
'Total' as [Group Name with Totals]
Then add [Group Name with Totals] to the chart to replace Group Name.
It should open up a new column.