If we imagine that the four fundamental forces disappeared, all structures that had a non zero temperature (Kelvin) would quickly disintegrate due to the particles colliding with each other and start wandering indefinitely through our universe, away from the original structure.
This process would lead us to total heat death (thermodynamics) in a very short time.
That isn't happening in our current universe. Thus I'm tempted to conclude that the four forces are constantly actively "working" towards keeping our universe away from heat death. Would others be tempted to say the same?
Hypothesis: As long as the forces exist, the universe will never reach a state in which all particles are more or less homogenously distributed across the universe. The particles will continue to be gathered in otherwise improbable constellations (constellations that have near perfect spherical forms with a high density of particles. Typically stars and planets). The heat characteristic of these improbable constellations would, however, go unhindered towards heat death. The four forces won't hinder that development.