IANJoeyTheWrench (and whatever you’r’n aksing questions about, it wuven’t me, I wuven’t there and you can’t prove nuffin’) but organized crime as a general rule tends to want to project a veneer of legitimacy and actually helping the community they live off of. See: Al Capone’s soup kitchens for example. In Japan, one Yakuza family notoriously (and quite publicly) stole/commandeered a news helicopter to help with the Fukushima evacuations (and Yakuza in general are very involved in humanitarian causes & philanthropy. It’s a thing).
Besides that, you getting ripped off in a crooked business deal directly affects their profit margins, i.e. you can’t pay them. So I think you could make that argument to Big Tony, and possibly get some heavy-handed help retrieving your stolen property. Presumably in a way that makes you complicit to a serious crime and lands you even deeper in his pocket, at which point they’ll use your business for no ends of shenanigans before burning it down for the insurance money. The mob is helpful like that.
As for Big Louie, you can absolutely be assured he’s going to be looking for his kneecaps soon-ish. Crime bosses are protective of their turfs. It’s about pride as much as money. Also a reason to show their muscle, which helps highlighting the legitimacy of the “would be a shame if that had happened to you, eh ?” part of the racket.