I don't think there's any reasonable option other than betting $2 or maybe $2.50 given that the pot is multiway and you're in the SB.
This is a very standard situation and it's not one you should have any doubts about.
Call: If you call you're out of position, you're letting everyone see a cheap flop with pocket pairs, SCs and Ax. I'm not saying that you should try to get those hands to fold pre-flop, just that you should charge them an unreasonable price to see the flop.
Lets say that the flop is all smaller cards, are you playing for stacks? Then you just gave whoever has a pocket pair correct odds
to set mine against you (and one of them is set mining more often than not).
The only advantage to just calling pre-flop is that you can pot control and check-fold, but that's completely wasting the value of pocket kings and you're really not going to win much more than you lose in doing this.
Re-raise: The only option for reasons already mentioned.
Shove all in: Depending on how bad your opponents are, this is usually terrible. If they'll call ridiculously light then I don't mind it because it removes the implied odds you'd be giving everyone. However finding players who will call such a random shove lightly is uncommon.
Generally speaking, they're going to fold too often for this to be more proffitable than taking the hand post-flop.
Fold: Not happening.