No, these are not homologous since they evolved separately, convergently. They are homologous as vertebrate forelimbs, which are inherited from a common ancestor, but not as wings.
Work Step by Step
Consider first how these might be convergent: as wings, since there are non-flying relatives between the bats, birds, and pterosaurs. Then ask yourself if they might be homologous in some sense--all of these creatures are vertebrates, and the questions says that all three have forelimbs modified to be wings.