If you think she recognizes your voice or some other particular sound only in your home, record it and blast it on a portable stereo. Set the bird's cage or travel cage near it with bird food. Set that in some central easy to find place. Leave it there and continue looking on foot.
Since Senegals are really quiet, don't be surprised to find the bird very nearby just quietly cowering/camouflaging. You could easily walk right past her. I once lost Kili in a Gym because she was quiet and still. Be very very attentive. It is not likely that the bird will come to you. You will have to find the bird.
Carry target stick and treats (if bird knows it). There's a chance bird sees you but you don't and those might draw it out to play. Get everyone you know to attentively walk every patch of land. Pay extra attention close because a weak housebird isn't likely to make it more than a quarter mile away.
Once it is dark and you cannot go on, start printing off posters at home and preparing for the next day. Find volunteers and people who can help you look forward and start at the first glimpse of light. You want to find the bird before it has a chance to go anywhere. Continue to leave a cage out and stereo with recordings going the best you can and continue checking in case bird comes back on its own.
When you do find the bird again, don't you dare clip its wings. It's not the bird's fault. It's yours. You will look into making a safety catch on the door
and continue training to prevent a next time. Best of luck finding Tiki.