Preamble (vaguely related to the main issue)
beginner in Linux and Kali is a mismatch. The Kali distro isn't intended as a daily driver. A "beginner in Linux" should be using distros designed for Desktop Linux, typically Ubuntu and derivatives or many others, but not Kali: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/399626/why-is-kali-linux-so-hard-to-set-up-why-wont-people-help-me
The main issue
The Lenovo Ideapad 3000 is a current model, 64-bit hardware and UEFI.
Old BIOS 64-bit PCs could easily run a 64-bit or 32-bit OS. Contemporary machines with UEFI instead of BIOS, in practical rather than strictly technical terms, really require a 64-bit OS and there's absolutely no reason not to use a 64-bit OS.
Kali 32-bit (or any other 32-bit Linux distro) can be used in a Virtual Machine in a 64-bit host OS. For the intended purpose of Kali running in a VM, the architecture won't make a difference.
Suggestion: Install the OS you're familiar with or use the virtualization software of your choice. Oracle Virtualbox is arguably the easiest for beginners and is available for Linux, Solaris, OSX and Windows. Create a Kali VM.
If you want to install Kali in the Lenovo Ideapad 3000 you need Kali 64-bit or Kali 64-bit Light. and boot and install in UEFI mode. Additional hardware configurations may be required.