No, this is not possible, at least not in the way you imagine it to be.
How to track the usage of our image online?
If your image is sufficiently distinct, then reverse image-search offered by a search engine of your choice may yield results of some usages of your image.
This requires the usage to be public. Usage of your image in private websites, private conversations, etc. is not tracked.
There is no way for you to say "Computer, show me who ever used this image in any way"
How to track the usage of our image offline?
This is not possible. If my device is offline, your servers would have no way of contacting my device to ask it if I am using the image. Likewise, just for the sake of argument, your image would have no way of "calling home" to declare it is being used (not that that was technically possible, but even if it were, it would not work offline).
How can we delete the image remotely?
You can't. And even if you could, I could simply make a pixel-by-pixel copy of it, which would then be a plain image file, and there is no way for you to instruct my computer (without the usage of vulnerabilities) to delete an arbitrary file.