The only way I'm aware of doing this with JQL involves also using the J-Tricks plugin's expressions. For example, the JQL would then look something like:
project="Martin's Project" AND issuetype=Story AND issue in subtask("timeestimate is EMPTY")
That's just a quick example, I believe I left out the sum you're looking for but that's the general idea of how you would create a similar query.
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