Officers have been using the special stop and search powers in both Walsall and Bloxwich after Bailey was attacked on High Street, near Walsall, in the early hours of last Saturday.
He died a short time after the attack.
A Section 60 Order gives police the power to stop and search people they suspect may be involved in violence, without the need to have reasonable grounds.
Police say they use them when they feel there is a risk of violence, and to help keep people safe.
The order was due to be in place from 3pm on Friday until 7am on Saturday covering the areas of St Matthews, Bloxwich West and East, Blakenall, Birchills and Leamore.
Supt Pervez Mohammed said: "We don't take the decision to use S60 lightly and only after careful consideration. These powers allow us to stop and search people we may suspect may be involved in violence, or carrying weapons, without the need to have reasonable grounds. Our aim is to keep everyone safe.
“We will have increased patrols in these areas and uniformed officers. The increased presence of officers and the additional powers helps us to keep our communities safe.”
The murder investigation into Bailey's death is ongoing and detectives say they are working around the clock to identify those behind his killing.
A statement said: "Our investigation is making progress and we’re following up a number of positive lines of enquiry.
"Anyone with CCTV, mobile phone footage or dashcam footage has been asked not to share it on social media, but to get in touch with us.
"Get in touch via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk or call us on 101. Alternatively ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111".