Type-II diluted magnetic semiconductor ZnMnTe quantum dots (QDs) in ZnSe matrix grown by molecular beam epitaxy were investigated by conventional and magnetophotoluminescence (PL) spectroscopy. The QD emission exhibits a type-II characteristic in excitation power dependence of PL peak energy. A nonzero circular polarization of PL at the absence of magnetic field was observed. This phenomenon is attributed to the accumulation of interface charges confined in adjacent layers. The magneto-optical measurement demonstrates a magnetic-induced degree of circular polarization in the PL spectra, indicating the Mn incorporation into the QD system.