To your question, can you be punished / kicked out due to actions by someone else, I think it depends on the situation, but ultimately yes.
If one person does something bad at the range and the range is closed, we are ALL punished for it. Because of this consequence, we are all ultimately responsible for monitoring each others actions while at the range because one bad apple can ruin it for everyone.
Now, I'll bring some examples and don't necessarily refer to your daughter but hear me out for a bit....
Hypothetically, if a person invites a known troublemaker or an irresponsible person to the range, does the person who did the inviting not bear some responsibility for the bad actions that the troublemaker might do? If you invite someone to the range with you, you bear responsibility for that person's actions regardless of who is the registered owner of the firearms used. If you invite a person who is a novice at the range, you are responsible for their safety, brief them of the safety rules and not expect them to know what they're doing if no one has taught them what is expected of them. Until you are confident that that person is safe with firearms 100% of the time, you don't relinquish the responsibility to oversee what they do, if you are the person that brought them to the range. If you see that person doing something unsafe, it is your job to scold them and teach them the ropes before an RO does your job for you.
Take this one step further... if you know a person is unsafe or emotionally unstable, and yet you take the time to get a person interested in shooting sports and teach them about firearms, are you not taking A BIG RESPONSIBILITY for what that person might do for the thing that you enabled that person to do? When a Kung fu master takes on a student, teaches that student deadly arts without regard for a student's immaturity or lack of self control as to what they'd do with that martial arts, isn't that Kung fu master being unwise for teaching that student in the first place?
Now, I will take this one more level.... When a father decides to bring a life into this world, isn't that father ultimately responsible and should do what they can to take care of that child and to bring up the child as a productive and socially responsible member of this society? You are still their father and still have that role to play in their lives no matter how old they are.
Aren't we as fathers responsible to correct our children when they do something wrong, especially if they are just standing next to us? Lastly, would you really want someone else to correct your own daughter when you are right there to do the job?
So for the reasons stated above, in my opinion, yes it is reasonable to expect that you are responsible to do your part in making sure you, your daughter and your group is acting in a safe manner while using the public shooting range.