From Genki II:
You cannot express your suffering from somebody failing to do something either, because you cannot add the passive suffix to an already negated verb. Therefore you cannot use the passive to say things like "Professor Yamashita was annoyed because students did not come to his class".
I don't understand why I can't just use the negative form of a passive verb. So from the above example, I can use 休まれる, but これない can't express the same idea?