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Your challenges arise from the first line of dialog and not how to structure the response Davis walked towards, and stopped close to me — he was tall — he tried to look me in the eyes, but I kept dodging them as I look around trying to find a place to focus on. Because your narrative already communicates everything that Davis's line of dialog communicates. ...


The punctuation you use will depend on what you want it to show. The punctuation will probably depend on whether or not you want to write it as a question or a statement. If your character is asking 'yeah?' as if he is not sure whether or not he wants to ask the other character to sue him, then I'd use a ? mark, but if its an exclamation, such as if he is ...


Italics can represent emphasis, so that is your best option. You can write it as, "Yeah? Sue me then!"

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