I think it is about Külli Irade(Allah's will) and Cüzi Irade(slight will, creature's will). Lets take a look at another 2 verses:
Indeed, those who disbelieve - it is all the same for them whether you warn them or do not warn them - they will not believe.
Allah has set a seal upon their hearts and upon their hearing, and over their vision is a veil. And for them is a great punishment. (Surat Al-Baqarah 2/6-7)
Someone can claim that he is a non-believer because Allah made him so according to these verses. This is the same problem with any verse in this kind and to understand them you have to understand the difference between will types.
Allah's will, as you guess is about Allah's choices. He is the creator of this whole system (universe etc). He determines the rules, he has the power to interfere anything, thus you can't change what he wants or wills.
Creature's will is about human's or djinn's will. When you have an option, you can choose either bad one, or good one. You can choose to steal, or to kill, or not. We will be judged by Allah in the Judgement Day and we will be rewarded or punished for our actions in this world.
Now think, if you can't decide which one to choose, why would be punished? You may think that if there is a thing called Allah's will and you can't exceed it, then your stealing choice should be actually Allah's choice. But, the system doesn't work like that. Its still your choice and you have the responsibility. How?
Think about an election. There are 4 candidates. You are the voter. What are your options? You can either give your vote to 1 of them, you can give empty vote, or you can choose to not vote. Now, you know that 2 of the candidates are corrupted, other 1 of them looks like good and you are not sure about the last one. The corrupted ones gave you promises to give you money if you choose them. The good looking one gives promises about hard-working but good management. Now, choosing which one depends on your slight will. You can choose one of the corrupted ones to gain money in the short term, but then you will suffer from bad management. You can choose the good looking one, you may complain about hard-working in the short term, but you would have a just management. You can give empty vote, then you would have no right to complain or to be proud of. You can choose to not vote, to protest the system. You choose, and then you get the consequences.
How about Allah's will? In this case, Allah is the creator of the voting system, the determiner of the candidates and the one who punishes not to vote. He is very powerful, so you can't escape from punishment. Allah makes a promise that there will be always good candidates and bad candidates, he also teaches you how to differentiate them.
According to this example, Allah has the power to change the rules of the voting system, to put just bad candidates, or not accept the result of the voting. That's Allah's will (külli irade). You can do nothing in that case except vote for one of the bad ones. But when you look at the what has happened for years, he keeps his promising. You can't change the candidates, that's your will's limit. But you can choose whichever you want.
Just like that, if you want respect, you have to do what is needed (you have to vote). Allah just says in that verse, he has the power to reject the result. But also he keeps his promising. He promises that, if you do what is needed, he will make its done. But, be careful, he also warns that, if you reject the Allah's part in that success, he will take it away from you and he has the power to do that.