I understand the frost line is currently about 5.2 AU and earlier in the solar systems formation was 2.7 AU. But when the Sun becomes a red giant the frost line should move outward. I understand the habitable zone will even include Jupiter and Saturn, which if we extrapolate means that the frost line would be further out than that, possibly near the orbit Uranus or Neptune.
The other part of the question is what effect this will have. If there is a planet near the frost line, I would think it would potentially increase in mass as the recondensed volatiles collect at the new frost line and falls into the planets orbit. (Or is flung into or out of that orbit.) If it is not near a planet, I would think matter and volatiles would collect there into a planet. Whatever Kuiper belt object is near enough may start to gain mass and eventually coalesce into a planet as it clears the orbit around it.