You can only connect/pair to one at a time, thus you will need to pair to one; disconnect; then pair to the second one.
The PSoC 1-5 only allow one BLE connection at a time, but the PSoC 6 allows 4 connections at a time.
Also, you will need to store the bonding information and enable/allow bonding to have the central device remember the paired devices.
As e.pratt_1639216 stated , PSoC 4 BLE/PRoC BLE devices only supports one connection at a time.
You can use time-multiplexing concept to communicate with more than one devices.