We have noticed similar situation here. I set a rate-limiting policing action against some classified traffic entering a fastEthernet interface of a 3550-48 and noted the desired affect was being achieved via large pings timing out. But the queue info provided by the output of the show policy-map interface command continually read zeros.
May be a bug.
The only way to prove you are classifying and marking these packets may be to run a sniff on some egress traffic and look at the decoded IP headers.
In any case it looks like you will be marking everything at precedence 5 from the sample config.
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