In your examples there are some grammar problems. The infinitive "to receive" is never "received" There is no past tense of an infinitive, though a perfective infinitive "to have received" is possible
Your question however included a useful phrase "by the end of today". It is better to use a specific time in a "by" phrase instead of a duration. So
Am I guaranteed to receive my order by the end of today?
This question is quite harsh and demanding. You are asking for a binding promise. Sometimes this is what you want to say (if, for example, the company had been difficult and evasive in the past), but it is easier to ask:
When will I receive my order?
Will I receive my order today?