Based on the facts you present the answer is no. It is quite apparent you do not have an accurate understanding of the EB-5 rules, regulations and policies. It is advisable to retain an experienced EB-5 attorney who may correctly direct you.
To obtain approval of the I-526 petition filed with USCIS to then move forward with obtaining conditional, then full, permanent residency, the investment must be made from your personal funds. If your investment will be made into this C Corp, you must use personal funds, not funds from that same C Corp.