Short & Long of it: You cannot.
The current rules BSA, et. al. stipulate that you would have to be physically present in the branch to open an account and present your ID and company credentials. Anyone telling you otherwise is not correct.
It is fairly difficult to open a U.S. bank account online if you are not a U.S. citizen. U.S. citizens are able to open accounts online because they have a social security number (SSN) to verify their identify. For non-U.S. residents without a SSN, you'll generally have to physically visit a branch location in the U.S. to open the account. The bank representative will examine your documents (passport, drivers license, LLC formation documents, etc) necessary to open the account. In recent years, however, there are more online banking options where a non U.S. resident can open an account remotely. Some of these banking providers include Transferwise, Mercury.co and Payoneer.