So, what's the point to make a logo as a trademark?
The general answer is that copyright and trademarks provide different kinds of protection. Speaking very broadly, copyright protects against unauthorized copying and distribution with some fair use exceptions. Trademarks protect a mark from being used by others in a way that might confuse consumers. Additionally, copyright has limited (but long) duration, while trademarks can theoretically be protected indefinitely.
However, i'm going to spend the rest of this answer addressing some misunderstandings.
If something is too simple to create, it cannot be registered as a trademark, it's the same as how copyright works.
This is true for copyright (though a very low bar), but simple things can in fact be trademarked. Trademarks are industry specific, for example, UPS has trademarked the color brown.
Therefore, if my logo (not logotype) can be registered as a trademark, then I have the copyright of my logo.
No, trademarks and copyrights are separate processes. Copyright is in fact inherent, no registration is required (though necessary in the US to get statutory damages).
Only because trademark can be owned by a company not just a person?
At least in common law countries, both trademarks and copyright can be owned by natural persons or companies.