You can't, not very well anyway. That's simply because the velocity of an object isn't calculable from the Hubble constant until the so-called Hubble flow starts to dominate (which in turn only happens at cosmological distances, i.e. very far away).
That said, if you are in the regime where Hubble flow dominates, you can do this easily. The Hubble constant is approximately $70 km/s/Mpc$. Just convert your distance into megaparsecs, and multiply. You end up with a velocity, which is the one you're looking for (this neglects peculiar velocity, which will affect everything in the sky).