The OP very clearly spelled out the "then what" part. If this officer has only ever had the one complaint from OP, then nothing at all will happen. As it should be. But at least he's raised his concerns, so that if there is a pattern, it can be brought to the appropriate people's attention. If OP's complaint is the 10th or 20th or 100th that this officer has received, then it's important that he raised his concerns and that action is taken against the officer.The same can be said for the original post and also when this took place. There's no solid evidence of profiling other than what the OP perceived, and now what others are seeing based on his perception of what happened.
Was the OP racial profiling? Maybe, maybe not. There is no way to tell. The OP felt it was, and that's how he saw it. Nothing more than his view. Some agree, others don't. Doesn't mean it was and doesn't mean it wasn't. If there is/was an investigation and it was determined it wasn't, then what? Then the judge or whoever presides over it is a racist too because they didn't agree?
On a separate but related topic, I thought Disney Springs was NOT part of Disney? I thought I heard it was part of the loop but not actually owned/operated by Disney?