If you read the Arabic text of the verse you will find Allah has used the world "دابة" and not "مخلوق" and the difference is that Makhluq is as you wrote for literal meaning of creature, anything created and more precisely being created, but Daabbah denote only a category among all the creatures, that is, those that move, seemingly those that are animate!
The Jinns can be included even under the title "you" in "communities like you". The reason for that is the fact that Quran is the guidance book for both human being and Jinns. See Surah Ar-Rahman to see how many times Allah asks the two groups of Humans and Jinns if they deny any of the blessings of Allah: "فَبِأَيِّ آلَاءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ". However, if Jinns society and ours are similar there is nothing that will prevent you from also interpreting "you" as only human and consider Jinns as in described by moving species or flying species having the same communities as ours.
Also I don't see any problem in considering also angels as being included in these categories. Let me here insist again that I am not a scholar, but my small amount of studies of Quran, Tafseer and Hadeeth do not prevent me from assuming such. It sounds quite reasonable indeed. For example we know both Jinns and angels of all different kinds have communities, all will die before the Day and all will arise at the resurrection. How the angels will die and how everything will arise for the Day are available in Shia Ahadeeth and all were reasonable as far as I could say.
Hope I have not misunderstood your question entirely :)