Let's take a look at each sentence.
- Making someone tired
You would use this like "This work is making me tired" or "Listening to Phillip was making him tired". It isn't exactly about doing something to someone against their will; it is just about something having an effect on someone: the subject is causing the object to be tired.
- Getting someone tired
This is not idiomatic or fluent. We do use get with tired, but we would use it like this: "I am getting tired" or "Jonathan was getting tired of listening to Phillip". Getting in this sense just means becoming. We don't usually use it transitively, like "This work is getting me tired." The use of "get adjective" seems to be very tricky for English learners, so I recommend that they avoid it until they have studied it thoroughly.
- Having someone tired
This is also not idiomatic or fluent. Don't use it.
- Tiring someone out
We would use this like #1. "This hard work is tiring me out" or "Listening to Phillip was tiring Jonathan out." It's more informal than #1, and also implies "very tired" or "completely tired".