Hey there @rtwhite10me
I think there's a confusion between VST 2 and VST 3 here, those are two different plugins formats and KICK 2 is not a VST 3 plugin, it's VST 2 only. So if you install it in the VST 3 path C:\Program Files\Common Files\VST3 Live won't be able to see it even if you are using VST3 in your Live Preferences settings.
VST 2 plugins have to be installed in another location, since you're on a 64 bit Operating System and DAW, you will need to install it under the C:\Program Files\Your_VST2_Folder_Path
By default that should be C:\Program Files\Steinberg\VSTPlugins
What I suggest you to do is to uninstall KICK 2 from your PC, you can run the uninstaller, there's a Uninstall KICK 2 64 Bit.exe in this location C:\ProgramData\Sonic Academy\Kick 2 and also make sure that you don't have anything in your above mentioned VST 3 folder.
Please refer to this thread to be sure to remove all files and find the correct path on PC.
After uninstall, start Live again, make sure that your using VST plugins and that the VST2 path is correctly assigned in Live settings. You can use both VST2 ( which are referred as VST in Live ) and VST 3.
Rescan your plugins, close Live.
Reinstall KICK 2 using the 64 bit installer and make sure to select the correct VST 2 path for installation, so again if you have a default VST installation, this should be C:\Program Files\Steinberg\VSTPlugins
Upon installation complete, start Live again and it should detect & scan KICK 2 during start up.
Hope this helps, don't hesitate to let us know if your having any issues or if this has solved your problem.