If you're going to fold a set, don't call with 22 preflop. Set mining is only profitable if you expect opponents to stack light with TP-type hands.
The turn's a blank, only hand it completes is 85.
Villain barely has half pot bet left and there are a ton of hands he could pay you off here where a river card kills your action. Just shove it in imo here and expect to get a lot of calls from 88-JJ, any 2 pair hand (in fact that turn helped you because 76 is definitely in his range here imo), or if he's bad he could pay you off with overs or a straight/flush draw.
It's not even a disaster if he flopped the straight as we have outs but if he flopped that or a higher set it's just a cooler unless he's a complete nit, in which case you shouldn't be set mining anyway with 22, where your money comes from you hitting a set and villain overplaying a one-pair hand and paying you off.
But yeah, no need to get fancy imo, just shove this turn, doesn't really matter if you want to bet enough to put him all-in or just your shove. If you think you can level this guy do whichever you think he's more likely to call otherwise they're the same.