The area is a stronghold for the Houthis - an Iranian-backed rebel group that overthrew the Yemeni government in 2015.
The coalition said on Friday it will launch a probe to "assess the events (and) clarify their circumstances", while the UN Security Council has called for a "credible investigation".
"War is not something that can be actually a clean operation", said the UAE minister. The U.S. has backed a coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to restore the government. Indeed, were the full extent of US involvement in last week's bombing made clear, the USA government could find itself in trouble, as certain government officials could be accused of complicity in coalition war crimes in Yemen.
In addition to last Thursday's atrocity, the Saudi-led coalition has used the MK-82 bombs to target Yemeni civilians in the past, such as the coalition's bombing of a funeral in 2016 that left over 140 dead and 525 wounded.
Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Dijbouti.
The Houthis' health ministry said that 51 people were killed in the raids including 40 children.
Al-Masirah did not say how many victims were buried on Monday.
The strike by the Western-backed alliance of Arab countries outraged human rights groups and was strongly condemned by United Nations officials.
Critics have rejected the USA military's assertion that it is not involved in the Yemeni conflict because it does not, for example, launch strikes on Houthi targets.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Sunday he has dispatched a three-star general to Riyadh to "look into what happened".
The minister said those calling for independent investigations should instead urge the coalition "to tighten the rules of engagement".
Maliki stressed that the joint forces command will continue to combat terrorist groups in Yemen, accusing the Houthis of continuing to fire ballistic missiles against civilians in violation of global and humanitarian laws.
The UN special envoy to Yemen has been shuffling between the warring parties ahead of holding consultations in Geneva on September 6 in an effort to end the conflict that has killed more than 10,000 people and pushed the impoverished Arab country to the verge of starvation, according to the United Nations.
"In this war we have seen civilians shot at, bombed, killed and, unfortunately, this is really part of any confrontation", he said in Dubai.