You will be fine leaving it in the primary, CO2 is heavier than air so it will be a protective blanket on top of your brew. The yeasties are still doing their job and cleaning up... You'll find that a lot of people here leave there beer in the primary for 3 or 4 weeks before bottling.
Woolly Bugger Brewery
Consumed:#2 Hefeweizen, #3 SoHo Brown Ale, #7 Belgian Wit, #9 Belgian Amber
Bottled: #1 Trout Belgian Trippel, #4 Smoked Porter, #5 Apfelwein, #10 Bell's Brown Ale Clone, #11 Belgian Wit, #8 Wee Heavy
Secondary:#6 Trout Belgian Trippel
Primary 3: Empty
On deck: ???