Shouldn't be a problem with applying it to the VLAN int. Even though the flows are 'switched directly', any policies applied to the initial packet is still applied to the subsequent packets, including your policy map (or any other policies for that matter).
This would seem to indicate that most of the traffic is contained within the same VLAN, not routed. In this case, you are correct in saying that the service policy has to be applied to the physical interface, not the VLAN interface.
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