B/X Known World
Or you just remove it from the list of PC options. Having it as part of the Deck of Many Things, a Ring of Wishes, or a Genie's Lamp are fine because the referee controls whether those are in the game and they are limited use. Having it be a player option, even one that's "only once a day" is still wildly overpowered. Even the stress effects of the spell in 5E aren't enough to balance it.In 1e the wizard aged 3-5 years each time they cast wish. Magical aging triggers a system shock roll. So, each time a wizard used wish they could die, based on their Constitution. Could they be raised? Sure. It cost a Constitution point and aged the cleric. I made raise dead an exception to the system shock roll rule, but BTB you could have the cleric raise the target and lose their life to do so. Now, I'm not necessarily advocating that, but if we are looking at "providing real costs for using magic" (below) then a risk of debility or death, no matter how small, gives one pause.
I also don't think you should try to balance wish against what a fighter could do. You just make it costly to use, and expect it to be used once or twice per level. I'm a firm believer in that fighters should be short rest / encounter based and wizards be long rest / daily based.