No, I would not suggest you to leave your course in its half way because of your immense interest in the computer field. You might have taken feedback of your friends engaged in the computer profession despite the fact that they were from the different streams such as Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Civil etc but that are ultimately successful in the current profession.
The IT Employers are on the look out for the right talents having visions for the execution of the projects within their hands. Moreover, they would recruit such aspirants who could maintain image and rapport of their company. Hence you should wipe out your confusion hovering in your mind.
From your side, three basic qualities are required namely- your patience and ability to go through the tools to click the job, your ability to converse with the people connected with IT Industries effectively in your given area and lastly your innovativeness striving you to achieve excellence in your allocated projects.
Hence in no way, your current course- Biomedical Engineering is creating any dislocation in your career horizon. What is required from your end is to show your impressive performance in this area apart from your good communication skills in your English language to impress your clients and boss in your related area of your job. Be familiar with the current events by going through some established papers like Hindu, Times of India etc where you would come across the latest events. In case, you lack in the effective communication skills, join some professional institute to enhance your skill.
If you could take up some training in the computer languages such as Java, C, C ++, Pythons etc for updating your skills, it would be preferable. You would be surprised to know that some member on the board may ask you different topics related to Biomedical Engineering to assess your inherent potentials. Moreover, they have the personnel department to take care of enhancement of skills through the different tools through which you can raise their outputs.