It is unreasonable to assume that a busier airport has a higher rate of fatalities compared to a smaller airport. There is just no logical reason to think so. The total number of fatalities may well be higher simply because there is a larger number of flights, but I know that is not what you are asking.
You might think that busier airports would have more plane accidents the same way that busier roads have more car accidents. This comparison is flawed. The reason busy roads have more accidents is because more cars lead to more collisions. However, with very, very, very few exceptions, airplanes simply do not collide, especially not at busy airports where the air traffic is managed by air traffic control.
Additionally, larger airports typically have better equipped fire and rescue services, so if accidents occur, they are probably less likely to be fatal. Also, pilots flying to busy airports are typically experienced commercial pilots, since smaller private (leisure) flights are not really taking place at large airports.
I would expect the fatality rate to be much higher at a small, uncontrolled airfield with a short grass runway, no fire and rescue services and where the majority of flights are flown by relatively inexperienced private pilots operating under visual flight rules.