No, it can't. It is an intransitive verb.
Of course, sometimes we can form passives with intransitive verbs when followed by a prepositional phrase, the subject of the passive construction being the object of the preposition in the active. This is known as the "prepositional passive." I totally agree that we can't change This wallet fell on the road
to *The road was fallen on by this wallet
, which I find ungrammatical (why, I'm not exactly sure), but it occurred to me that it might work in a case with fall from
. When I tried Googling has been fallen from
, I encountered a book on the prepositional passive which lists a number of possible prepositional passive sentences with fallen,
including fallen on
This dangerous roof has been fallen from by a number of people.
She was accustomed to being fallen for by every man she met.
This ditch is fallen into at least once a day.
If scissors are fallen on, they can cause a deep puncture wound.
https://books.google.com/books?id=x...AA#v=onepage&q="has been fallen from"&f=false
I'm not trying to unduly complicate this discussion, but lately the passive is my thing and I find this interesting.