Foreign Key Constraints and Indexes are two completely separate entities within a database. As you have explicitly stated in your question, foreign key relationships are to ensure Referential Integrity. If your database copy is soley for OLAP that wouldn't really come into play (as long as you aren't doing any DML batches against it).
The indexes are what are going to impact your query performance. And if the above is true (no
DELETE), you shouldn't be too concerned with the overhead of index maintenance.
Because of this, you can wisely choose indexes in order to maximize performance. But without seeing more details on your data, and what already exists, generalized ideas are all that can be given to you.
EDIT: As per Grant Fritchey's blog post, there can be a performance gain due to foreign key constraints, as the query optimizer can omit certain unnecessary operations due to the referential aspects of the constraint. For more information, please see Grant's blog post: Do Foreign Key Constraints Help Performance?