What is this? a pixel image? There are only limited functions in Illustrator to do what you want. Do that in Photoshop instead.
What exactly are you doing there? Which tool do you use, what are you doing with it? What kind of object is that?
As Monika suggested Photoshop is more suitable for this because it has a perspective distortion.
If you have to do it in Illustrator select the image and apply Object > Envelope Distort > Make With Mesh. In the Envelope Mesh options type 1 for Rows and Columns. With the white pointer or the Lasso tool only select the two top or bottom points of the envelope. To make the distortion easier enable the Smart Guides (Ctrl + U), pick the Shear tool, click with it on one of the selected points to set the center of shear and drag the other selected point up or down making sure it is constrained to the origin 90°. Repeat the same with the other two bottom or top points. The deformation will make the image with orthographic perspective or in other words, zero perspective. To add perspective distortion drag the top and bottom handles of the anchors on the envelope. The Smart Guides will help you snap the handles on the sides of the envelope. You have to make the corresponding handles on the top and bottom sides with equal length to make it right.
Perhaps the are planning to create a real 3D modeling environment and tools to create objects within that environment? So the need for a more developed perspective tool was not large enought to warrant a more developed tool.