As Leandro suggested in the comments, this should follow a power-law decay in $n$. However, Hara and Slade's rigorous work using lace expansions is only valid for dimensions $\ge 19$. Much of the rigorous work on critical exponents for two-dimensional percolation has been done only recently, via connections to Schramm-Loewner Evolution (with $\kappa = 6$). A good starting place might be this PowerPoint presentation by Oded Schramm. Here is Page 23:

Physicists have predicted some exponents describing asymptotics of critical percolation in 2D.
For example, Nienhuis conjectured that the probability that the origin is in a cluster of diameter $\ge R$ is $$R^{−5/48+o(1)}, \qquad R \to \infty$$ and Cardy conjectured that the probability that the origin is connected to distance $R$ within the upper half plane is $$R^{−1/3+o(1)}, \qquad R \to \infty.$$