I would check all fuse blocks to make sure there are not any blown fuses. If the engine starts and runs I would be looking at the fuel pump fuses and relays. You may want to disconnect the negative cable from the battery to reset the ECU .
Well I'm guessing you have fixed this by now. It's definitely a fuse. Probably the driver side under dash fuse box. Just pull them one by one until you find the culprit and replace it with a fuse of the same value.
The fuses are there for a reason, it's quite unlikely you have really damaged anything.