Translation:It will not go
Then the word construction would change...if "it will not go" was referring to a ki noun (class 7) then the word would look like "haki-ta-enda", or plural vi- noun (class 8) would look like "havi-ta-enda". Does that make sense? in this case, the haki-/havi- is a noun subject negation prefix for class 7 / 8 respectively. In the example above, the noun subject negation prefix is Hali- and we know that only applies to Ji- (class 5) nouns... Hope this helps.
Helpful sites http://www.swahilicheatsheet.com https://www2.ku.edu/~kiswahili/pdfs/lesson_01.pdf you can manually change the _01. to goto the next study, ie, https://www2.ku.edu/~kiswahili/pdfs/lesson_02.pdf (etc).
and when it comes back online... https://www.africanlanguages.com/swahili/
Currently it come up with basic frames but doesn't translate...it is amazing when working!
Hope these help.