President Hamid Karzai threatened Sunday to send troops to Pakistan to fight militants themselves.
Afghans sought help for its $50 billion five-year plan as donors met in Paris June 12.
Tuesday's deadly US incursion is under investigation, but it points up the contrast between the two nations' approaches to militants along the Afghanistan border.
Wednesday, a US airstrike killed 11 Pakistani soldiers near the Afghan border.
First lady makes surprise visit to Kabul ahead of Paris donor conference later this week.
Political activists and lawyers launched a cross-country march Monday to press for the reinstatement of independent judges fired by Musharraf.
Taliban attacks are up, making this the worst season since the insurgency began and spurring greater Western troop deployments.